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When neurogenic bladder is suspected, both the nervous system (including the brain) and the bladder itself are examined. In addition to a complete medical history and physical examination, diagnostic procedures for neurogenic bladder may include the following:
Imaging tests of the bladder and ureters
Tests that involve filling the bladder (to see how much it can hold and checking to see if the bladder empties completely)