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How Reliable Are Bladder Perceptions During Cystometry?

E. Erdem, E. Akbay, E. Doruk, S. Çayan, Deníz Acar, E. Ulusoy
Published 2004 · Medicine

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Sensory input is important for bladder control in daily life. It has been reported that perceptions during cystometry are subjective. To help refine this subjectivity, objective and semi‐objective tests (e.g., sensory thresholds of electrical stimulation) have been recommended by The International Continence Society. However, the reliability of such studies has not been established. This study was designed to evaluate the reliability of bladder perceptions during cystometry.
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