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A cross sectional study to assess the need of Urodynamic studies in lower urinary tract patients attending an Urogynaecology clinic

Deepa Joshi, K. Lalitha, Piyush Joshi, Satish Saroshe.

Background: Urodynamic studies are gold standard to objectively diagnose lower urinary tract symptoms and dysfunction Aims and Objectives: To correlate clinical symptoms of lower urinary tract with urodynamic study to know whether urodynamics is really required routinely in patients with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS).
Methods: Site of study: Century hospital Hyderabad and Dr. Lalitha’s urogynaecology clinic Hyderabad. Duration of study: 2 September 2015 till 16 September 2015 (15 days). Sample size: 48 patients. Inclusion criteria: all cases coming to urogynaecology clinic who were taken up for urodynamic study were included. Statistical analysis: student’s t test with p

Key words: Urogynaecology, Urodynamic studies, SUI, Detrussor sphincter dyssynergia

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