LUTS


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AcronymDefinition
LUTSLower Urinary Tract Symptoms
LUTSLand Use and Transportation Study (Cork, Ireland infrastructural study)
LUTSLower Urinary Tract Symptomatology
LUTSLocked-Up Trunk Scan (telecommunications)
LUTSLight Units of Times Square
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* And the angel Israfel, whose heart-strings are a lut, and who has the sweetest voice of all God's creatures.
Generalizing prevalence data from high resource countries to African regions is no longer appropriate, especially for ED and LUTS, because, while many factors associated with ED are likely similar worldwide, their distribution and prevalence do differ across countries [4,14,19,20].
According to the IPSS score, 55% of the patients had clinically significant LUTS while 45% had no clinically significant LUTS (Table 4).
Prevalence estimates of LUTS vary depending on the population and definition used.
The cause of LUTS is often multifactorial and may involve infectious, inflammatory, dietary, and behavioral components.
Abbreviations BBD - bladder and bowel dysfunction LUTS - lower urinary tract symptoms OAB - overactive bladder DV - dysfunctional voiding PVR - post void residual EMG - electromyography BF - biofeedback VUR - vesicoureteral reflux UTIs - urinary tract infections Treatment of any kind of LUTS starts with urotherapy that encompasses education about urinary tract physiology and dysfunctions, behavioral training regarding adequate fluid intake, voiding habits and postural training.
Heung Jae Park, from Sungkyunkwan University in Seoul, South Korea, and colleagues assessed the association of sitting time and physical activity level with the incidence of LUTS in a cohort of 69,795 Korean men who were free of LUTS at baseline and followed annually or biennially for a mean of 2.6 years.
[USA], Mar 21 ( ANI ): Sitting and physical inactivity can increase the risk of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS).
The actual study comprised patients >45 years of age who presented with LUTS at the urology out-patient clinic for the first time and were able to read Urdu.
During our clinical work, we notice that lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are frequently happened on patients with adenomyosis which greatly affect their daily activities if left untreated.[sup][7] However, there is currently a lack of precise data regarding the presence of urinary symptoms and their association with clinical status in women with adenomyosis.
Focus of discussion: In this presentation, Daniel will explore key contributors to the development of LUTS in aging men, in particular the role of cardiovascular health and inflammation.
Particularly, Lim emphasises how the 3D LUTs function has become an important part of digital filmmaking as it transforms the camera images into a look that closely approximates the final look the director wants.