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What is Complex Urodynamics? Complex Urodynamics is a series of diagnostic tests to evaluate the bladder’s function and efficiency.  Urodynamic testing may be performed when: 1) the patient experiences a moderate to severe involuntary loss of urine; 2) other tests do not determine the cause of incontinence; 3) the physician suspects there is more than one cause of incontinence and; 4) the patient is considering surgery.  Urodynamics will assess bladder filling, bladder storage, transportation and emptying/micturition of urine.  The urodynamic study goal is to reproduce and identify the underlying causes of lower urinary tract dysfunction.  According to the Standardization Committee of the International Continence Society, a good urodynamic study is comprised of three main elements: 1) a clear indication for and appropriate selection of ...

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