SUMMARY

Urogenital complications are frequently found in patients with diabetes. In the overwhelming majority, neuropathy and/or angiopathy are the etiologies or most pronounced coetiologies of micturition or sexual dysfunctions. As the impairment of bladder storage and emptying as well as the erectile and ejaculatory dysfunction may have severe organic and psychosocial consequences, their existence (often inapparent to the patient) should be systematically screened for in the routine diabetes clinic. Given hints of existence, comprehensive evaluation of the impaired organ system is mandatory. For treatment, a wide spectrum of various approaches is available and can be individually offered following appropriate diagnosis.

Key Words: Bladder dysfunction; cystopathy; diabetes; erectile dysfunction; female sexual dysfunction; neuropathy.

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