Applying bladder outlet obstruction
number to predict bladder outlet obstruction
of benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Efficacy of the combination ofan alphal-blocker with an anticholinergic agent in the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms associated with bladder outlet obstruction
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The Intravesical prostatic protrusion is correlated with the severity of Bladder outlet obstruction
due to BPH as assessed by symptoms score, QOL index, Uroflowmetry, cystoscopy and confirmed with Pressure Flow study.
A comparative study of the Abrams-Griffiths nomogram and the linear passive urethral resistance relation to determine bladder outlet obstruction
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Congenital bladder diverticulum: a rare cause of bladder outlet obstruction
. J Urol 1999;162:2112-3
Increase in detrusor wall thickness indicates bladder outlet obstruction
(BOO) in men.
Three out of these five patients had chronic bladder outlet obstruction
secondary to BPH.
Urodynamic pattern distribution among aged male patients with lower urinary tract symptoms suggestive of bladder outlet obstruction
Journal of Urology, 83(3), 563-569.
of Percentage Cases Overactive bladder 11 18.64 Mixed (Stress urinary continence + 15 25.42 overactive bladder) Detrusor underactivity 19 Detrusor under activity + poor compliance 3 37.28 Normal 3 5.08 Genuine stress incontinence 2 3.38 Bladder outlet obstruction
3 5.08 DSD (Detrusor sphincter dyssynergia) 2 3.38
i) one or more symptoms of bladder outlet obstruction
In cases of de novo or worsening storage symptoms either initially or in the early postoperative period, bladder outlet obstruction
from the sling being too tight must be considered.
Prostatic enlargement is highly prevalent among aging men, and frequently produces bladder outlet obstruction
and LUTS, including nocturia, frequent urination, and urgency with or without incontinence (Speakman, Kirby, Doyle, & Ioannou, 2015).
The prolapse may mechanically obstruct the urethra, leading to bladder outlet obstruction
, impede voiding and mask urinary incontinence.
In men with benign prostatic hyperplasic (BPH), OAB and bladder outlet obstruction
(BOO) often coexist (Evidence strength Grade B).
USG done was suggestive of Posterior Urethral Valve with severe bladder outlet obstruction
with thickened bladder wall and bilateral hydroureteronephrosis, the renal parenchyma was dense with poor cortico-medullary differentiation.