Information About Uroflowmetry 

Conditions such as urinary incontinence, bladder outlet obstruction, enlarged prostate, neurogenic bladder, and urethral stricture can be diagnosed with a conventional uroflowmetry test. The test involves urinating into a special device, such as a uroflowmeter, that measures the volume of urine and the rate at which it is expelled from the bladder. The information gathered… Continue reading Information About Uroflowmetry 

Urethral Stricture in Men

What is the Urethra? The urethra is a tube that carries the urine from the urinary bladder through the penis and out the urethral opening during urination. What is a Stricture? Urethral stricture is a result of a scar that forms in the urethra. It may develop due to long-term inflammation or injury to the… Continue reading Urethral Stricture in Men