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Chapter 53. Urinary Incontinence and Pediatric Enuresis

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Stimulation of muscarinic cholinergic receptors in the bladder muscle may be responsible for:

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A. Functional incontinence

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B. Urge incontinence

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C. Bladder overactivity

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D. Bladder underactivity

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E. Both B and C are correct

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Delayed access to toileting facilities due to severe arthritic pain is a risk factor for:

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A. Functional incontinence

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B. Urge incontinence

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C. Overflow incontinence

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D. Stress incontinence

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E. Both A and A are correct

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Fecal impaction in an elderly patient may be responsible for:

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A. Functional incontinence

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B. Urge incontinence

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C. Bladder overactivity

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D. Bladder underactivity

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E. None of the above

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A 52-year-old postmenopausal, overweight woman complains of small volumes of urine leakage when she coughs, laughs, or practices yoga. She denies urinary frequency or incontinence at night. Her incontinence is most likely caused by:

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A. Functional incontinence

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B. Stress incontinence

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C. Overactive bladder

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D. Overflow incontinence

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E. Urge incontinence

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Which of the following agents has the lowest incidence of dry mouth as a side effect according to its package insert?

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A. Trospium IR

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B. Solifenacin

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C. Fesoterodine

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D. Oxybutynin XL

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E. Oxybutynin TDS

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Which of the following drugs is most appropriate for managing urge incontinence?

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A. Imipramine

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B. Estrogens

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C. Phenylpropanolamine

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D. Oxybutynin

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E. Bethanechol

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Which of the following agents is most appropriate for managing atonic bladder?

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A. Imipramine

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