Urocuff: What Is It And Why Should Urologists Offer It

Posted by Clark Love on May 16, 2017 3:19:28 PM

Diagnosing problems with the lower urinary tract requires a range of urodynamic tests to be performed, some of which require catheterization. This procedure can be uncomfortable and embarrassing for the patient, and also result in complications. Now, there is a relatively new, less invasive way to collect data in men that are experiencing lower urinary tract symptoms that are common in patients experiencing disorders such as Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). The principles of the UroCuff, as well as reasons that urologists should offer the UroCuff test, will be discussed.

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Topics: Male Diagnostics, UroCuff

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