Session

Video and imaging urodynamics

ESU Course 49

  • Location:
    Room 21 (ICM, Level 2)
  • Chair:
     G. Van Koeveringe, Maastricht (NL)
  • Aims and objectives of this session

    This course aims to convey the additional value of the combination of imaging techniques with a urodynamic investigation. In addition to Radiological imaging, also other imaging techniques such as ultrasound will be discussed. The logistic requirements, equipment, preparation and personnel will be pointed out. The interpretation of the acquired data and trouble shooting tips and tricks will be explained by speakers experienced in the field of functional and neurourology.

 
 M. Oelke, Hannover (DE)
Context and indications:
• What additional information does imaging bring?
• What imaging modalities may be combined with Urodynamics
• Who will benefit from Video / imaging urodynamics
 
 M. Oelke, Hannover (DE)
 
 G. Van Koeveringe, Maastricht (NL)
Technical aspects
• Setting up a unit
• Personnel requirements
• How to do a video urodynamic test
 
 M. Oelke, Hannover (DE)
 
 G. Van Koeveringe, Maastricht (NL)
Interpretation
• Real time interpretation
• What should be stored and how
 
 M. Oelke, Hannover (DE)
 
 G. Van Koeveringe, Maastricht (NL)
Trouble shooting
 M. Oelke, Hannover (DE)
 
 G. Van Koeveringe, Maastricht (NL)
Take home messages
 
 M. Oelke, Hannover (DE)
 
 G. Van Koeveringe, Maastricht (NL)