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By measuring volume, speed, pattern and duration of urination, uroflowmetry helps diagnose and differentiate between a range of indications, including cancer of the prostate, kidney or bladder, BPH, urinary incontinence and blockage, neurogenic bladder dysfunction and urinary tract infections.
We recorded, analyzed and compared patient demographics, diagnostic investigations for the urethral strictures, surgical techniques, preoperative and postoperative uroflowmetry and the postoperative complications.
Flow rate or uroflowmetry is a non-invasive way of measuring the amount of urine passed within a period of time, expressed in millilitres per second (ml/s).
The IPSS is therefore widely used in combination with uroflowmetry to guide treatment decisions and to evaluate therapeutic response in men with LUTS probably caused by BOO.
At 3 months' postpartum, patients underwent uroflowmetry, multichannel filling and voiding cystometry, urethral pressure profilometry, Pelvic Organ Prolapse Quantification exam (POPQ), and pelvic floor neuromuscular exam.
DiMino believes that uroflowmetry already provides the medical profession with a highly-reliable diagnostic tool that is non-invasive and far more informative than the PSA test (or even the digital rectal exam-DRE).
Heyns, Van der Walt and Groenewald evaluated the correlation of a new visual prostate symptom score (VPSS) and IPSS with uroflowmetry parameters.