Ultrasound Imaging in Assessment of the Male Patient with Voiding Dysfunction
Ultrasound imaging is often performed in the assessment of the male patient with lower urinary symptoms and voiding dysfunction. The male pelvis can be imaged by transabdominal, transperineal and transrectal approaches. This chapter covers the application of transabdominal and transperineal ultrasound in the assessment of voiding dysfunction in the male patient with technical tips for clinicians and case studies covering topics of voiding dysfunction, post-prostatectomy incontinence, male slings and physiotherapy.
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