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  • Frederick C. McLellan and clinical cystometrics. [Historical Article]
    Urology 1998; 51(1):168-72Bloom DA, Uznis G, … McGuire EJ
  • Precise analysis of lower urinary tract function was an unfulfilled dream only a century ago. By the late 19th century, water manometers and plethysmographs were utilized to measure bladder pressures. In the early 1900s, Rose developed a cystometer that was later improved by Munro. In 1938 Frederick C. McLellan, active in clinical research under Reed Nesbit at the University of Michigan, was the …
  • Simple standing incremental cystometry as a screening method for detrusor instability. [Journal Article]
    Obstet Gynecol 1991; 77(3):453-7Sand PK, Brubaker LT, Novak T
  • One hundred consecutive neurologically normal women complaining of urinary incontinence underwent standing incremental retrograde medium-fill water cystometrograms on two different days followed by sitting and standing continuous retrograde medium-fill water urethrocystometry on a third visit between November 1987 and February 1989. Studies were done to assess the reproducibility, sensitivity, sp…
  • [Experiences in treatment of urinary incontinence in the female by electrostimulation]. [Journal Article]
    Zentralbl Gynakol 1987; 109(20):1240-4Zsolnai B, Pajor A, Matányi S
  • Electrostimulation-treatment was carried out in 47 female patients suffering from urinary stress incontinence. A special electrode-pair was applicated in the vagina under the bladder neck. The electrostimulation lasted for 8 hours daily through 3 to 8 days on one hand, and on the other hand for 24 hours 3 to 5 times successively. In order to specify the cases and to perform the urodynamics a urof…
  • Carbon dioxide uroflowmetry. [Journal Article]
    J Urol 1979; 122(4):512-4Corlett RC, Roy S
  • A method using pneumatic compression to determine flow rate is described. The procedure is best suited for physicians using carbon dioxide instrumentation for a urodynamic assessment of patients since the carbon dioxide cystometer is readily converted to a uroflowmeter. Values obtained with this method are similar to values reported in the literature using other techniques. When voided volumes ar…
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