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June 2011

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Urodynamic study

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Volume 40, No.6, June 2011 Pages 393-393

Karen Mc Kertich

What is a fluoroscopic urodynamic study?

A urodynamic study checks how your bladder works by taking pressure readings using computerised equipment. ‘Fluoroscopic’ means that X-rays are taken at the same time to give an outline of your bladder and urethra (the tube that allows urine to pass from the bladder to the outside).

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