cystometrogram


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cys·to·met·ro·gram (CMG),

(sis'tō-met'rō-gram),
A graphic recording of urinary bladder pressure at various volumes.
[cysto- + G. metron, measure, + gramma, a writing]

cystometrogram

[sis′tōmet′rəgram′]
the graphic results of the measurements made during cystometrography. The term is also used to describe the test.

cystometrogram

Urology A coordinated electromyographic evaluation of the bladder sphincter; cystometrography is used to determine bladder capacity, presence of voluntary or involuntary contractions of the detrusor muscle, and bladder compliance, and evaluate the integrity of the affector–sensory limb of the detrusor reflex arc

cys·to·met·ro·gram

(sis'tō-met'rō-gram)
A graphic recording of urinary bladder pressure at various volumes.
[cysto- + G. metron, measure, + gramma, a writing]

cystometrogram

the record obtained by cystometrography.
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This typically requires adjustment of the uroflowmetry transducer and the estimated infused volume delivered by the pump during the filling cystometrogram (CMG).
Instead, the cystometrogram is a very cost-effective test that can be performed in the office to help pin down the diagnosis.
water was described by Parsons et al, (37) but has been modified by other authors, including variants such as the comparative cystometrogram test.
The urodynamic clinician generates a VPS by asking the patient to urinate following a filling cystometrogram.
Cure was defined as a negative cystometrogram and pad test, said Dr.
21] With respect to the type of test, multichannel is considered to be superior to cystometrogram, as it can identify detrusor overactivity (DO) and poor compliance.
Part 9 of the Traces series continues the discussion of how urodynamic clinicians generate usable data from a filling cystometrogram.
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The change challenges part of the definition of bladder overactivity, which classically is defined as "involuntary detrusor contractions during the filling phase of the cystometrogram .