Correlation of urodynamic measures of urethral resistance with clinical measures of incontinence severity in women with pure genuine stress incontinence. The Continence Program for Women Research Group.

@article{Theofrastous1995CorrelationOU,
  title={Correlation of urodynamic measures of urethral resistance with clinical measures of incontinence severity in women with pure genuine stress incontinence. The Continence Program for Women Research Group.},
  author={James P Theofrastous and Richard C. Bump and Denise M. Elser and Jean F Wyman and Donna K McClish},
  journal={American journal of obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1995},
  volume={173 2},
  pages={407-12; discussion 412-4}
}
OBJECTIVE Our aim was to correlate multiple measures of urethral resistance with five clinical measures of incontinence severity in women with pure genuine stress incontinence. STUDY DESIGN Seventy-five women with pure genuine stress incontinence underwent passive and dynamic urethral pressure profilometry and Valsalva leak point pressure determinations. The standardized and validated measures of incontinence severity included (1) the number of incontinent episodes, (2) the number of… CONTINUE READING
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