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BOOBlood of Olympus (fiction)
BOOBoard of Officers (various organizations)
BOOBuild-Own-Operate
BOOBase of Operations
BOOBladder Outlet Obstruction
BOOBorn of Osiris (band)
BOOBuild-Operate-Own (Project)
BOOBlizzard of Ozz (Ozz Osbourne album)
BOOBusiness Office Online (marketing system)
BOOBladder Outflow Obstruction
BOOBattle of Olympus (video game)
BOOBrake On/Off switch
BOOBodo, Norway - Bodo (Airport Code)
BOOBack Office Operation (various companies)
BOOBrandeis Orthodox Organization
BOOBusiness Operations Office
BOOBalance on Order
BOOBrewers Of Ontario (Canada)
BOOBattalion Orderly Officer
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Correlation of intravesical prostatic protrusion with bladder outlet obstruction. BJU Int.
(13.) Thomas AW, Cannon A, Bartlett E, Ellis-Jones J, Abrams R The natural history of lower urinary tract dysfunction in men: minimum 10-year urodynamic follow-up of untreated bladder outlet obstruction. BJU Int 2005;96:1301-6.
(2), Post Void Urine (PVR) and Pressure Flow Study (PFS) and to assess whether the presence and increasing grades of Intravesical prostatic protrusion are directly correlated with the severity of Bladder outlet obstruction due to Benign prostatic hypertrophy.
Comparison of passive urethral resistance relation and urethral resistance factor in analysis of bladder outlet obstruction in patients with benign prostatic enlargement.
Congenital bladder diverticula in children are uncommon and rarely cause bladder outlet obstruction (1-2).
To assess neurovesical dysfunction either pure or secondary as a contributing factor for bladder outlet obstruction in BPH patients.
Caption: Figure 1: Bladder neck hypertrophy before the injection, causing almost complete bladder outlet obstruction (BOO).
Objective: Bladder stones in elderly men are commonly associated with bladder outlet obstruction and many different treatment modalities have been presented for both these conditions.
Pressure flow studies can be used to determine if voiding dysfunctions are structural (bladder outlet obstruction) or functional (detrusor hypocontractility or acontractility) (see Figure 14).
* Overflow Incontinence (Results from underactive detrusor muscle or bladder outlet obstruction).