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Bladder Diverticulum - References

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References for Bladder Diverticulum

Author: Dr. Lakshmi Venkataraman

Editor: Thilaka Ravi

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Draining bladder [1000 mls] takes a minute but remaining 50 - 100 takes two - three minutes, lifting leg doggie style, using intermittent catheter (enlarged prostate). Would latter slow drainage indicate diverticula ? Also, urine test shows "bacteria - many;" should this be a concern?

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