A prospective study of the contribution of uroflowmetry in urodynamic investigation.

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The definition and grading of voiding problems in women with lower urinary tract symptoms varies. Using various diagnostic criteria, a prevalence ranging from 6.6% to 20% has been quoted (Groutz et al., 2000; Lemack et al., 2000). Diagnosis often depends on a combination of history, free-flow uroflowmetry (FFU) and pressure flow studies (PFS). As most… (More)

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@article{Onyeka2003APS, title={A prospective study of the contribution of uroflowmetry in urodynamic investigation.}, author={Benjamin A Onyeka}, journal={Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology : the journal of the Institute of Obstetrics and Gynaecology}, year={2003}, volume={23 2}, pages={191-2} }