13. Involuntary loss of urine associated with urgency.
These notes are for use together with the Colley Model.
URGENCY URINARY INCONTINENCE (UUI)
If the responses have been in the sand-coloured boxes and the patient does not complain of any voiding difficulties (see 10), and on bladder scan there is no significant residual urine (see 6 and 12), then the most likely diagnosis is that of urgency urinary incontinence.
D’Ancona CD, Haylen BT, Oelke M, Herschorn S, Abranches-Monteiro L, Arnold EP, Goldman HB, Hamid R, Homma Y, Marcelissen T, Rademakers K, Schizas A, Singla A, Soto I, Tse V, de Wachter S. An International Continence Society (ICS) Report on the Terminology for Adult Male Lower Urinary Tract and Pelvic Floor Symptoms and Dysfunction. Neurourol Urodyn. 2019 DOI: 10.1002/nau.23897
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