A Patient with Behçet's Disease Presenting with Acute Urinary Retention.
Behçet's disease (BD) is a multisystemic inflammatory disorder of unknown etiology. Neurologic involvement is known to be the most devastating feature of BD. The frequency and types of neurologic involvement in the pediatric age group are not clear, and the available information is limited to case reports. Here, we report a BD patient who presented with urinary incontinence as the initial feature of spinal cord involvement.
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