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Comparison between Natural Filling Cystometry and Conventional Retrograde Filling Cystometry

Other Title
뇌졸중 환자에서 자연충만 방광내압측정법과 기존 역행충만법의 비교
Authors
윤, 승현; 이, 일영; 나, 은우; 임, 신영; 김, 승환; 이, 영섭
Citation
Taehan Chaehwal Ŭihakhoe chi, 30(5):441-446, 2006
Journal Title
Taehan Chaehwal Ŭihakhoe chi; The Journal of Korean Academy of Rehabilitation Medicine; 대한재활의학회지
ISSN
1225-584X
Abstract
Objective: To compare the personally developed natural

filling cystometry (NFC) and conventional retrograde filling

cystometry (RFC)

Method: NFC and RFC were performed on 15 patients with

stroke.

Results: Patients were classified into three groups according

to their usual lower urinary tract symptom. Four patients

without urinary symptom did not show any detrusor overactivity

or detrusor underactivity during NFC or RFC. Of

the nine patients with urinary frequency or urgency, five

(55.6%) showed detrusor overactivity during NFC and two

(22.2%) during RFC. Two patients with straining showed

detrusor underactivity during both tests.

Conclusion: There was no significant difference of cystometric

findings between NFC and RFC in case of patients

without urinary symptom or with detrusor underactivity, but

those patients with urinary symptom that is suspected of

detrusor overactivity showed a more frequent detrusor

overactivity during NFC than RFC. Therefore, NFC is

thought to be a useful tool in evaluating the neurogenic

bladder of stroke patients suspected of detrusor overactivity

since it can detect detrusor overactivity which were less

detectable in RFC.
Keywords
UrodynamicsNatural filling cystometryNeurogenic bladderStroke
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윤, 승현이, 일영나, 은우임, 신영
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