Once nocturia, always nocturia? Natural history of nocturia in older men based on frequency-volume charts: the Krimpen study.

@article{Doorn2011OnceNA,
  title={Once nocturia, always nocturia? Natural history of nocturia in older men based on frequency-volume charts: the Krimpen study.},
  author={Boris van Doorn and Marco H. Blanker and Esther Tanja Kok and Paul Westers and J. L. H. Ruud Bosch},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={2011},
  volume={186 5},
  pages={1956-61}
}
PURPOSE Nocturia is a highly prevalent and bothersome symptom that might (spontaneously) resolve. However, longitudinal data are not available on the incidence and resolution of nocturia assessed with frequency-volume charts. In this study we determined the prevalence, incidence and resolution rates of nocturia assessed by frequency-volume charts, and compared nocturnal voiding frequency over time as assessed by frequency-volume charts and questionnaires. MATERIALS AND METHODS A longitudinal… CONTINUE READING

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