The investigations may assist in the evaluation of an individual case, providing objective evidence on which to base decisions.
The analysis of groups of patients may, over a time, improve both the understanding of pathophysiology and the selection of patients for treatment.
Urodynamics may provide objective information before and after therapeutic intervention, allowing the clinician to monitor the results of treatment more accurately.
The tests assist the continuing education of clinicians themselves.
KeywordsBenign Prostatic Hyperplasia Lower Urinary Tract Symptom Stress Incontinence Urge Incontinence Bladder Outlet Obstruction
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