Urodynamic study in bladder outlet obstruction.

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Title: Urodynamic study in bladder outlet obstruction.
Author: Laherwal, Masood (Scholar); Sharma, R.N (Guide)
Abstract: It is the study of 100 patients analyzed in terms of age, sex, signs and symptoms. A detailed history was taken and local, physical and systematic examinations were carried out. All the patients underwent urodynamic investigations, based on the findings of clinical and urodynamic evaluations. The patients were divided into 2 groups: 1. Obstructive Group 2. Non Obstructive Group. It has been observed that obstructive group patients had a peak flow rate (PFR) of less than 15ml/sec or maximum voiding pressure of more than 65cm water. They were subjected to transurethral resection of the prostate. Residual urine volume of more than 50ml was considered to be increased while in non obstructive group patients had a peak flow rate of more than 15ml/per sec and maximum voiding pressure within normal limits. The conservative management was adapted to the patients. It concludes that it is not valid to carry out prostectomy on the basis of symptomatology and clinical examination alone in the patients of prostatism urodynamic helps in identifying obstruction in patients of prostatism and thus avoiding surgery in non obstructed patients.
URI: http://dspaces.uok.edu.in/handle/1/793
Date: 1990


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