Reproducibility of non-invasive urodynamics, using the cuff-uroflow, for the diagnosis of bladder outlet obstruction in males.

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OBJECTIVE To determine the repeatability of the parameters obtained from non-invasive urodynamics, using the cuff-uroflow, for the diagnosis of bladder outlet obstruction. MATERIAL AND METHODS The study was carried out in a consecutive series of 34 males with functional urinary tract symptoms. The test-retest reproducibility of isometric pressure, flow in… (More)

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