Changes in bladder volumes with repetition of water cystometry

  title={Changes in bladder volumes with repetition of water cystometry},
  author={S\oren Stampe S\orensen and John Bugge Nielsen and Jens Peter N\orgaard and L. M. Knudsen and Jens Christian Djurhuus},
  journal={Urological Research},
Fifty-six patients were investigated by repetitive cystometry in the supine or sitting position. The incidence of detrusor hyperreflexia and the circumstances under which it was found did not differ from previous studies. The cystometry data concerning volumes showed a remarkable degree of variability. Values for first sensation and maximal capacity could vary more than 500%. An increment from the first cystometry to the fourth was consistently found. The increments were most pronounced when… CONTINUE READING

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