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Urodynamische Untersuchungen am unteren Harntrakt

  • G. Kramer
  • W. Schäfer
  • K. Höfner

Zusammenfassung

Die Urodynamik definiert sich als die Funktionslehre der für den Harntransport zuständigen Prozesse sowie deren treibende Kräfte, Energieversorgung und Steuerung [6]. Ziel der urodynamischen Untersuchungen ist es, auf Grund von vollständigen anatomischen und neurophysiologischen Daten eine quantitative Darstellung des Harntransportes und der Funktionen der daran beteiligten Organe – sowohl bei physiologischen als auch pathologischen Verhältnissen – darlegen zu können. Leider ist die Urodynamik heutzutage noch weit von diesem Ziel entfernt, einerseits wegen der fehlenden Voraussetzung vollständiger Kenntnisse der Anaiomie und Neurophysiologie [20], andererseits wegen des mangelhaften physikalischen Wissens über Druckerzeugung und Flüssigkeitstransporte in schlaffen dickwandigen Behältern und Röhren [11].

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  • G. Kramer
  • W. Schäfer
  • K. Höfner

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