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Study of female urinary incontinence with single channel urodynamics: comparison of the symptoms on admission. Analysis of females. Palabras clave: Incontinencia de orina. Urodinamia monocanal. Median age was 55 years Range years. In all patients the type of urinary incontinence stress, mixed or urgency was classified according to symptoms and signs observed during the first approach.
Items in TSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated. Abstract summary : There are different ways to evaluate patients with frequent urinary tract infection or symptoms of bladder dysfunction such as urinary incontinence or urinary retention. These studies include radiological evaluation with renal ultrasound, voiding cystourethrography and urodynamic study. These studies complement each other and they have different indications according to the clinical situation of each patient.
Actualmente, es vigilada de forma ambulatoria. El manejo de las complicaciones es relativamente complicado y con resultados poco satisfactorios. Estos pacientes generalmente derivan en una incompetencia esfinteriana, por lo que la meta frecuentemente consiste en facilitar el almacenamiento urinario. AbstractBackgroundShy-Drager syndrome, also known as multiple system atrophy, is a neurodegenerative entity of autoimmune etiology. Clinical symptoms encompass Parkinsonism and cerebellar and autonomous symptomatology, including urinary and sexual alterations and cortical dysfunction of the pyramidal pathway.