Decreased Detrusor Activity (Lazy Bladder): Absence of contraction of detrusor.
When the distribution of urodynamic diagnoses in group 1 was examined, it was observed that overactive bladder was reported in 95 patients, urination disorder was reported in 47 patients, lazy bladder was reported in 39 patients, neurogenic bladder was reported in 78 patients and normal examination was reported in 41 patients.
As a result of urodynamic evaluation, overactive bladder was found in 113 (42.8%) patients, urination dysfunction was found in 85 patients (32.2%) and lazy bladder was found in 24 patients (9%), whereas all tests were found to be normal in 42 patients (16%).
These pathologies included overactive bladder (29 patients), urination disorder (17 patients) and lazy bladder (17 patients).
While the complaint of crossing legs was obtained with the highest rate from the patients with a diagnosis of overactive bladder, it was not observed at all in patients with lazy bladder and normal bladder.
When we examined the distribution of urodynamic pathologies found in 84% of the patients, we observed that overactive bladder was found in 43% of the patients, lazy bladder was found in 9% of the patients and urination disorder was found in 32% of the patients.