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Retention of urine in the neonate possibly due to anticonvulsant drugs.
  1. M I Levene

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    Three cases of neonatal acute retention were associated with convulsions and heavy sedation. Inhibition of micturition may be due to diazepam-induced depression of the nervous system, in association with other anticonvulsants drugs.

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