Polysubstance abuse related subacute urinary retention and Hutch diverticulum of urinary bladder

  • Sarwan Kumar | skumar2@med.wayne.edu Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center, United States.
  • Deepak Gupta Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center, United States.
  • Shiva S. Rau Wayne State University/Detroit Medical Center, United States.

Abstract

The present case highlights the presentation and management of hyperkalemia and acute renal failure secondary to polysubstance abuse related subacute urinary retention due to ?-adrenergic and µ-receptor activation in a patient with Hutch diverticulum.

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2011-03-31
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Keywords:
substance abuse related urinary retention.
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How to Cite
Kumar, S., Gupta, D., & Rau, S. (2011). Polysubstance abuse related subacute urinary retention and Hutch diverticulum of urinary bladder. Clinics and Practice, 1(1), e8. https://doi.org/10.4081/cp.2011.e8