bladder ultrasonography

bladder ultrasonography

The noninvasive determination of postvoid residual urine volume using an ultrasound device, which automatically calculates and displays bladder volume.

Bladder ultrasonography indications
• Bladder outflow obstruction;
• Overactive bladder;
• Urinary incontinence of any pattern;
• Sensory phenomena—e.g., bladder pain;
• Follow-up of watchful waiting or treatment protocols.

bladder ultrasonography

Bladder capacity ultrasound, bladder scan Urology The noninvasive determination of postvoid residual urine volume using an ultrasound device, which automatically calculates and displays bladder volume Indications Lower urinary tract dysfunction, urinary incontinence and/or neurogenic bladder. See Intermittent catheterization, Postvoid residual urine volume.
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VCUG is indicated after a first episode if renal and bladder ultrasonography reveals hydronephrosis, scarring, or other findings that would suggest either high-grade vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) or obstructive uropathy and in other atypical or complex clinical circumstances.
A week after the operation, the patients were evaluated with a KUB X-ray, bladder ultrasonography and urinalysis.
Renal and bladder ultrasonography (RBUS) should be performed on all febrile infants with UTI to assess for anatomic abnormalities.
A noninvasive technology, bladder ultrasonography using a BladderScan[TM] BVI 2500, was considered.
Bedside diagnostic bladder ultrasonography was performed for assessment of urinary bladder volumes in place of intermittent urethral catheterization.
This recommendation addresses the need for renal and bladder ultrasonography (RBUS) in all febrile infants with UTIs.