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Common Urological Problems

Foley Catheters

Bladder Stones

Bladder calculi usually are a manifestation of an underlying pathologic condition, including voiding dysfunction or a foreign body. Voiding dysfunction may be due to a urethral stricture,  benign prostatic hyperplasia,  bladder neck contracture,  or flaccid or spastic neurogenic bladder,  all of which result in static urine.  Foreign bodies such as Foley catheters and forgotten… Bladder Stones   



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