Objectives. Define the main causes of urinary incontinence.Formulate an approach to their diagnosis.Identify the treatment strategies for each.Remind each of us to not eat Yellow Snow. Impact. Direct cost of treatment in 1995 was $26.3 billionMore common in women then men>1/3 women >65 have some degree of incontinenceFewer than 50% will raise complaint to physicianRoutine examinations should address screening for urinary incontinence.
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