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Diagnosis of Neurogenic bladder

Diagnostic Test list for Neurogenic bladder:

The list of medical tests mentioned in various sources as used in the diagnosis of Neurogenic bladder includes:

Tests and diagnosis discussion for Neurogenic bladder:

If neurogenic bladder is suspected, the doctor may need to test both the nervous system (including the brain) and the bladder itself. The doctor may take x-rays of the skull and spine. The doctor may do an EEG, a test where wires are taped to the forehead to sense any dysfunction in the brain.

The doctor will also test the nerves and muscles of the bladder. These tests may include x-rays of the bladder and ureters. Tests may involve filling the bladder to see how much it can hold and checking to see if the bladder empties completely. (Source: excerpt from Neurogenic Bladder: NIDDK)


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