Marion's disease

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Marion's disease

A rarely used eponym for either:
(1) Congenital obstruction of the posterior urethra; or
(2) Bladder neck stenosis.

It is not used in the working medical parlance and should be retired.
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Management of functional bladder neck obstruction in women: use of alpha-blockers and pediatric resectoscope for bladder neck incision.
Oral decongestants are effective in reducing nasal congestion in patients with either allergic or nonallergic rhinitis but can be associated with side effect that must be watched closely in patients who are taking stimulants and in those with conditions such as high blood pressure, cerebrovascular or cardiovascular disease, hyperthyroidism, closed-angle glaucoma, and bladder neck obstruction.
Oral decongestants are effective for nasal congestion in patients with allergic or nonallergic rhinitis but can be associated with side effects in patients taking stimulants or with conditions such as high blood pressure, cerebrovascular or cardiovascular disease, hyperthyroidism, closed-angle glaucoma, and bladder neck obstruction.
It has been used in treating bladder neck obstruction due to conditions such as prostatic hyperplasia, a common urological malady suffered by hundreds of thousands of men over the age of 50.