Demographic and urodynamic factors associated with persistent OAB after anterior compartment prolapse repair.

@article{Fletcher2010DemographicAU,
  title={Demographic and urodynamic factors associated with persistent OAB after anterior compartment prolapse repair.},
  author={Sophie G. Fletcher and Rashel M. Haverkorn and Jingsheng Yan and Joy J. Y. Lee and Philippe E Zimmern and Gary E. Lemack},
  journal={Neurourology and urodynamics},
  year={2010},
  volume={29 8},
  pages={1414-8}
}
INTRODUCTION Overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms often accompany pelvic organ prolapse. While there seems to be a relationship between symptom resolution and anatomic repair, a subset of patients will not experience improvement in OAB symptoms. Our aim was to identify preoperative demographic and urodynamic (UD) parameters related to persistence of OAB symptoms after anterior vaginal prolapse (AVP) repair. METHODS This retrospective cohort study examined demographic and UD data from patients… CONTINUE READING