Evaluation of Nocturia in the Elderly

Evaluation of Nocturia in the Elderly


Dean A Kujubu, MD; Sherif R Aboseif, MD

Winter 2007 - Volume 11 Number 1

https://doi.org/10.7812/TPP/06-098

Report of a Case

A colleague asks for your suggestions on the evaluation and treatment of a 78-year-old woman whose chief complaint is that she awakens four to five times each night to urinate. Your colleague adds that the patient does not have diabetes mellitus, is not taking diuretics, and had a physical examination that produced normal findings.

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