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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Correlation Of The International Consultation On Incontinence Questionaire - Urinary Incontinence/short Form To Urodynamic Diagnosis In Women With Urinary Incontinence [associação Entre O Escore Do International Consultation On Incontinence Questionaire - Urinary Incontinence/short Form E A Avaliação Urodinâmica Em Mulheres Com Incontinência Urinária]|
de Castro E.B.
|Abstract:||PURPOSE: To evaluate the correlation between the International Consultation on Incontinence Questionnaire - Urinary Incontinence/ Short Form (ICIQ-UI/SF) and Urodynamic evaluation (UE) in women with urinary incontinence (UI). METHODS: Clinical data, UE and ICIQ-UI/SF scores for 358 patients from private health service were analyzed retrospectively. The correlation between ICIQ-UI/SF and urodynamic parameters was determined by Spearman's test. A ROC curve with the sensitivity and specificity of the ICIQ-UI/SF scores was utilized to establish the value of the questionnaire that would predict an altered urodynamic parameter. The χ2 test or Fisher's exact test was used to calculate the p-value. The level of significance was 5% and the software used was SAS 9.2. RESULTS: Sixty-seven point three percent of the patients presented Stress UI (SUI) according to the UE (urodynamic SUI); those with SUI and Detrusor overactivity (DO) at UE represented 16.2% of the women (SUI+DO), and those with only DO at UE (DO) represented 7.3% of the women. Patients with normal UE represented 9.2% of the women. There was a significant association between ICIQ-UI/SF scores ≥14 and patients with urodynamic SUI, with or without DO. Patients with Valsava Leak Point Pressure (VLPP)≤90 cmH2O presented ICIQ-UI/SF≥15. Spearman's test showed a weak inverse correlation between ICIQ-UI/SF score and VLPP, although it did not show any correlation with maximum cystometric capacity or with bladder volume on first desire to void. CONCLUSION: There was an association between ICIQ-UI/SF score and patients with SUI, with or without DO, but no association between the score and patients with DO alone. The lower the VLPP value, the higher the ICIQ-UI/SF score. The ICIQ-UI/SF was not able to distinguish the different types of UI in the studied population.|
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