Section Two - Techniques.
Leak Point Pressure.
Urethral pressure measurement.
Section Three - Diagnosis.
Normal and abnormal physiology of micturition.
Spinal cord injury.
Cerebrovascular accident, Parkinson's Disease and other intracranial diseases.
Multiple sclerosis and other demyelinating disorders.
Cauda equina, Infections and other spinal diseases.
B Male voiding disorders.
BPH, bladder neck obstruction and prostatitis.
C Female Urology.
Bladder outlet obstruction.
Pelvic organ prolapse.
Leak point pressure in stress incontinence.
Painful bladder syndrome and interstitial cystitis.
D Pediatrics, geriatrics and bladder reconstruction.
Urodynamic evaluation of urinary tract reconstruction.
ICS recommendations on good urodynamic practice
- Highly regarded author team
- Explains diagnostic, evaluation and treatment methods
- Part I details how to set up a urodynamic laboratory and discusses equipment and individual urodynamic techniques
- Part II illustrates neurologic conditions, looking at the special problems of the pediatric and geriatric patient