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Figure 7: (a) Videourodynamic study in a woman with urgency frequency and dysuria revealed detrusor overactivity and dysfunctional voiding with a narrow mid-urethra during voiding (arrow). (b) Videourodynamic study in a woman with Parkinson's disease and voiding dysfunction revealed terminal detrusor overactivity (arrow), high voiding pressure, and urethral sphincter hyperactivity. (c) Videourodynamic study in a woman with poor relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles revealed low voiding pressure with abdominal pressure and intermittent low-flow rate (arrow). (d) Videourodynamic study in a woman with dementia and urinary incontinence revealed low bladder compliance and detrusor overactivity, (arrows) low contractility, and contracted bladder. The patient cannot adequately urinate and has large postvoid residual urine. (e) An 85-year-old woman with overactive bladder and dysuria. videourodynamic study revealed terminal detrusor overactivity, dilated urethra and urethral meatus stricture (arrow), and bladder outlet obstruction. After urethral dilatation, the patient resumed smooth voiding

Figure 7: (a) Videourodynamic study in a woman with urgency frequency and dysuria revealed detrusor overactivity and dysfunctional voiding with a narrow mid-urethra during voiding (arrow). (b) Videourodynamic study in a woman with Parkinson's disease and voiding dysfunction revealed terminal detrusor overactivity (arrow), high voiding pressure, and urethral sphincter hyperactivity. (c) Videourodynamic study in a woman with poor relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles revealed low voiding pressure with abdominal pressure and intermittent low-flow rate (arrow). (d) Videourodynamic study in a woman with dementia and urinary incontinence revealed low bladder compliance and detrusor overactivity, (arrows) low contractility, and contracted bladder. The patient cannot adequately urinate and has large postvoid residual urine. (e) An 85-year-old woman with overactive bladder and dysuria. videourodynamic study revealed terminal detrusor overactivity, dilated urethra and urethral meatus stricture (arrow), and bladder outlet obstruction. After urethral dilatation, the patient resumed smooth voiding