Annual UDS or Annual Ultrasound in Neurogenic Bladder?

Posted by Dr. Peter Steinberg on Sep 21, 2018 6:52:26 PM
Patients with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction (NLUTD) are at high risk of having poor bladder compliance, making upper urinary tract injury a distinct possibility. Given the wide variety of causes of NLUTD and the risk of upper tract damage, it is critical to perform surveillance of these patients for deterioration in bladder function and upper tract injury. Two of the most popular methods of surveillance for these issues are annual renal ultrasound and annual urodynamics (UDS) testing.
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Topics: Urodynamics Testing, General Urology Information, Neurogenic Bladder, urology, Ultasound

Urodynamics: PVR using Ultrasound vs. Straight Catheterization

Posted by Clark Love on Mar 30, 2017 9:05:00 AM


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urodynamic test has a distinct diagnostic purpose. Additionally, there are multiple ways to perform each assessment, which can affect the test’s results. Here, the merits of ultrasound versus catheterization for measuring post-void residual1 (PVR) urine volume will be discussed.

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Topics: urodynamics, post-void residual, Ultasound, Catheterization

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