Evaluation of Urinary Retention in Women: Pelvic Floor Dysfunction or Primary Bladder Neck Obstruction
Current Bladder Dysfunction Reports, 07/26/2012
Brucker BM et al. – Urinary retention in women is a condition resulting from various etiologies. Pelvic floor dysfunction and primary bladder outlet obstruction are two relatively common causes of bladder outlet obstruction. These two entities are treated in drastically different ways, making accurate diagnosis paramount. Urodynamic testing with fluoroscopic imaging remains the gold standard to accurately complete this evaluation.