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Comparison Of Repeatability Of Non‐invasive And Invasive Urodynamics

R. V. Mastrigt, J. H. F. Huang Foen Chung
Published 2004 · Medicine

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We have developed a method for the non‐invasive measurement of urinary bladder pressure, and we apply this method in a longitudinal study of changes in bladder contractility in response to prostatic enlargement. In each volunteer in this study, we measure the bladder pressure twice. In the present study we have used this data to compare the repeatability of the non‐invasive method to that of pressure‐flow studies in a comparable population of patients.
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