form of incontinence that occurs when the bladder is not emptied completely at the time of voiding
Characterized by a temporary inability to void, followed by uncontrollable urine flow. Also, paradoxical incontinence.
The involuntary loss of urine associated with over distension of the bladder. Overflow incontinence results from urinary retention that causes the capacity of the bladder to be overwhelmed. This is when continuous or intermittent leakage of a small amount of urine results.
involuntary urine loss associated with overdistension of the bladder, with frequent or constant dribbling, and stress and urge symptoms.
dripping leakage of urine that results from the bladder being filled beyond capacity. The condition often occurs in men with enlarged prostate glands, and women with prolapse, or scar tissue that narrows the ureter and hinders the flow of urine out of the body.
urinary incontinence that occurs when the bladder is so full that it continually leaks urine; often attributable to a blocked urethra (e.g., due to prostate enlargement) or weak bladder muscles or nerve damage
Overflow incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine that occurs when the bladder overfills. Continuous or intermittent leakage of a small amount of urine results.
Temporary inability to void, followed by uncontrollable urine flow, associated with over-distension of the bladder.
the leakage of small amounts of urine from a bladder that is always full.
Urine leakage resulting from a bladder that fails to empty and spills when the urine amount exceeds the bladder's capacity.
A type of incontinence that occurs due to weak bladder muscles or to blockage, causing the bladder to become full with no urge to use the bathroom.
Overflow incontinence results from urinary retention that causes the bladder to be overfilled. A condition characterized by urine retention, which causes small amounts of urine to leak from the bladder.
When the bladder doesn't completely empty
The involuntary loss of urine which results from the inability to empty the bladder completely. This in turn overwhelms the bladder and causes excess urine to spill out.
leakage of urine that occurs when the quantity of urine produced exceeds the bladder's capacity to hold it.