urodynamics

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urodynamics

(ˌjʊərəʊdaɪˈnæmɪks)
n (functioning as singular)
(Medicine) the study and measurement of the flow of urine in the urinary tract
Translations

uro·dy·nam·ics

n. urodinámica, estudio del proceso activo patofisiológico de la micción.

urodynamics

n urodinámica
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If first line treatments are not effective in the management of OAB symptoms, cystoscopy or urodynamic studies are employed.
Technical skills will include performing and interpreting urodynamic studies (video and non-video), botulinum toxin injection, implantation of prosthetics, pelvic organ prolapse repairs (vaginal and laparoscopic approaches, including hysterectomy), other vaginal surgery (fistula repair, diverticulum excision, removal of vaginal mesh), urethral reconstruction, numerous surgical approaches to incontinence, cystectomy including continent and incontinent urinary diversion.
Additionally, MMS' Urodynamic product lines complement LABORIE's Urodynamic product offering and extend its global reach.
A good history followed by a thorough physical examination and some office tests often enables us to make sound treatment recommendations without costly and potentially uncomfortable urodynamic testing.
Participants in the Se-SM group demonstrated statistically significant improvement in total IPSS score, irritation, obstruction and quality of life questions compared to placebo, in addition to a significant improvement in all urodynamic parameters.
Urodynamic assessment is essential for the diagnosis and prognosis of paediatric neurogenic bladder.
UTI, the first test to be performed is not urodynamic evaluation.
Specialists in obstetrics and gynecology, pelvic medicine, and urology in the US address patient safety, legal issues, ultrasound, hysteroscopy, colposcopy and loop electrosurgical excision procedure (LEEP), long-acting reversible contraception, transcervical sterilization, endometrial ablation, bone mineral density assessment, intrauterine insemination, urodynamic testing, diagnostic cysturethroscopy, stress urinary incontinence and overactive bladder treatments, conservative management of pelvic organ prolapse, interstitial cystitis/painful bladder syndrome, treatment of pelvic floor muscle spasm, and cosmetic procedures.
Objective: It was aimed to investigate the relationship of lesion level and severity with bladder behavior based on urodynamic findings in patients with spinal cord injury (SCI).