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Urinary bladder does not empty completely

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Urinary bladder does not empty completely (symptom): Another name for Urine retention.
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Urinary bladder does not empty completely (symptom): Excessive holding of urine in the body....more »

Urinary bladder does not empty completely (symptom): Urinary retention , or bladder-emptying problems, is a common urological problem with many possible causes. Normally, urination... (Source: excerpt from Your Urinary System and How It Works: NIDDK)

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