Definition of urodynamics in English:

urodynamics

Syllabification: ur·o·dy·nam·ics
Pronunciation: /ˌyo͝orədīˈnamiks
 
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noun

[treated as singular] Medicine
The diagnostic study of pressure in the bladder, in treating incontinence.
More example sentences
  • A routine preoperative evaluation, including urodynamics, was performed before the procedure.
  • Patients with obstructed outflow were diagnosed either with urodynamics or clinically in the presence of a low urinary flow together with an incompletely emptying bladder in accordance with standard urological practice.
  • In ambulatory urodynamics, the urinary system is monitored with the person walking around, with catheters connected to a portable computer.

Derivatives

urodynamic

adjective
More example sentences
  • The loss of small amounts of urine in spurts during coughing and in the absence of urge strongly suggests a diagnosis of urodynamic stress incontinence.
  • Cystometric and urodynamic studies confirm the diagnosis.
  • The conservative and surgical treatments will depend on the patient's preference, condition, and urodynamic diagnosis.

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