Voiding cystourethrography with synchronous measurements of pressures and flow in the diagnosis of subvesical obstruction in men: a radiological view.


Cystourethrography with synchronous urodynamic monitoring was done in 90 men who were diagnosed radiologically as having normal function or bladder outlet obstruction. The separation was based on the caliber of the bladder outlet measured on spot roentgenograms at peak voiding: less than 4 mm. for obstructed and more than 6 mm for normal voiding. The… (More)


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