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Chapter 6 - The Cystometrogram

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 April 2020

Ranee Thakar
Affiliation:
Croydon University Hospital
Philip Toozs-Hobson
Affiliation:
Birmingham Women’s Hospital
Lucia Dolan
Affiliation:
Belfast City Hospital
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Summary

Videocystourethrography (VCU), also known as videourodynamics, comprises synchronous radiological screening of the urinary tract during subtracted dual-channel filling and voiding cystometry [1].

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