International Journal of Spectroscopy / 2011 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of the Bladder: New Parameters for Evaluating Voiding Dysfunction

Table 1

Children diagnosed with non neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction*.

Age (yrs)GenderWeight (Kg)BMISymptomsPVRVoided volume (mL)Average flow (mL/s)

(1)3Female1416.3Recurrent UTI, enuresis201405.3
(2)10Female3517.2Frequency, urgency09110.1
(3)9Female3117.4Recurrent UTI, frequency1221348.9
(4)14Male4218.7infrequent voiding, dysuria1504667.2
(5)7Male2815.9infrequent voiding, incontinence1752985.7
(6)5Female2416.6Frequency, incontinence191908.2
(7)12Male4623.8frequency361026.6
(8)11female4229.1Frequency, urgency1328315.4
(9)7female2518.9Recurrent UTI01408.8
(10)8female2524.2incontinence, enuresis181085.2
(11)7female2216.6frequency0505.3
(12)6Male2316frequency6814012.1
(13)14Male6026.2Dysuria, infrequent voiding3632210.7
(14)4male1629incontinence, enuresis0576.7
(15)7Male2617.2Frequency, urgency2131911.6
(16)11female1518Urgency, hematuria22966.2

Key UTI: urinary tract infection.
*Diagnostic criteria for NLUTD reference [25].

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