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Disfunctional voiding

X Tarrado, J Rodó, J A Sepúlveda, L García Aparicio, L Morales
INTRODUCTION: Continent urinary diversion (based on Mitrofanoff's principle), despite its complexity, is the gold standard in the treatment of those vesicourethral disfunctions that need clean intermittent catheterization (CIC) to achieve complete vesical voiding, in patients with non easily catheterizable native urethra. AIM: To analize our experience in continent urinary diversion at our centre. PATIENTS AND METHODS: We have reviewed the records of the 14 cases of continent urinary diversion in the last 8 years...
January 2005: Cirugía Pediátrica: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Cirugía Pediátrica
Sílvio H M de Almeida, Emerson Gregòrio, Sawla El Sayed, Frederico C Fraga, Horácio A Moreira, Marco A F Rodrigues
INTRODUCTION: Aponeurotic sling surgeries can evolve with obstruction or voiding dysfunction in 5 to 20% of patients. There are few studies on factors that could possibly predispose to voiding difficulties or urinary retention. The objective of this work is to identify these potential clinical or urodynamic factors. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Records from 130 patients who underwent aponeurotic sling surgeries were reviewed. All patients underwent a throughout urodynamic study during pre-operative investigation...
July 2004: International Braz J Urol: Official Journal of the Brazilian Society of Urology
Eduardo A Serrano-Brambila, Juan Carlos Camacho-Carvajal, Jorge Moreno-Aranda, Raul Martínez-Sánchez
This device consists of a woven in a form of a tubular mesh, made up for the use in the urethra. We report the clinical and uroflujometric results in 10 patients with urethral stricture and 4 with obstructive prostatic hyperplasia. The study includes a 7 year period since October of 1993 up until June 2000. All patients were evaluated pre and post stent insertion with periodic follow ups to assess the prostatic symptoms score, quality of life assessment, peak urinary flow rate, mean flow rate and post-void residual urine volume...
September 2003: Gaceta Médica de México
Chunsheng Han, Fengjun Dai, Guochang Zhou
OBJECTIVES: To improve the diagnosis of patients with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction and to provide a basis for proper selection of rehabilitation methods. METHODS: The urodynamics was tested with Assend Urodynamic Instrument in 220 patients with spinal cord injury. Of these patients, 100 received regular cystometrograrhy (CMG) and urethal pressure profile (UPP) test, and the remaining patients were measured by bladder/ external sphincter pressure profile...
June 2002: Zhonghua Wai Ke za Zhi [Chinese Journal of Surgery]
A I Linares Quevedo, M A Jiménez Cidre, E Fernández Fernández, L Perales Cabanas, G Briones Mardones, B Pozo Mengual, J Sáenz Medina, A Escudero Barrilero
OBJECTIVES: To describe the effectiveness of sacral root neuromodulation in ameliorating symptoms of refractory voiding disfunction in our center. MATERIAL AND METHODS: During the period from december 1998 throught december 2001, 31 Percutaneous Nerve Evaluation (PNE) was performed to 20 patients with refractory voiding dysfunction; a sacral nerve stimulation device was implanted in 10 patients (8 female, 2 male). The median age was 49 years. Refractory voiding dysfunction included: mixed disorders (30%), idiopathic nonobstructive chronic urinary retention (20%), urgency/frequency (20%), faecal and urinary incontinence with absence of sphincter defect (20%) and frequency (10%)...
April 2002: Actas Urologicas Españolas
R Martín-Crespo Izquierdo, R Luque Mialdea
25 children (female) with urodynamically proven non-coordinated voiding were followed prospectively. The objective was to study the changes of urodynamic pattern and its clinical correlation after voiding reeducation and pharmacological treatment. All patients presented with urinary tract infections and voiding disfunction symptoms. 5 children had vesicoureteral reflux on voiding cystography and 10 patients had established scars on DMSA scan at initial presentation. Urodynamic study showed constriction of the urinary sphincter during voiding and increase of post-voiding residual urine volume in all children, with bladder instability 20 (80%)...
July 1999: Cirugía Pediátrica: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Española de Cirugía Pediátrica
P Vale
A neurogenic bladder is understood as a bladder with a voiding disfunction caused by a congenital or acquired neurologic disease. This paper focuses on three situations in clinical practice in which the neurologic disease affects the normal function of the bladder and sphincter. A physiopathological review is made and the guidelines for the correct follow-up and urologic treatment are suggested.
January 1999: Acta Médica Portuguesa
I Castro, E Soares, A Casimiro, G Nogueira
A correlation between urinary tract infection, vesicoureteral reflux and voiding disorders has increasingly been reported. Voiding dysfunction increases the incidence of recurrent urinary tract infection, induces and perpetuates vesicoureteral reflux, even after surgical antireflux treatment, and may result in permanent renal damage. The resolution of the primary cause with voiding normalization is essential to achieve good results in the treatment of secondary problems such as urinary tract infection and vesicoureteral reflux...
July 1998: Acta Médica Portuguesa
M Kostić, A Peco-Antić, Lj Panić, N Jovanović, I Pejcić, D Kruscić, O Jovanović, I Petrović, M Popović-Rolović
We present preliminary results of prospective study on 38 children (aged 4-15 y.) with enuresis. The aim of the study was to document the association between bladder disfunction and urinary tract abnormalities. Enuresis was more common in girls (71%). Twenty one children (44.7%) suffered from secondary, and 17 (55.3%) from primary enuresis. High incidence of enuresis (31.6%) or voiding dysfunction, renal lithiasis, constipation of other kidney disease (42%) were disclosed among family members of children with enuresis...
1996: Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo
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