Abrams et al. 2002 1
Conditions are defined by the presence of urodynamic observations associated with characteristic symptoms or signs and/or non-urodynamic evidence of relevant pathological processes
Haylen et al. 2010 2
DIAGNOSES (MOST COMMON) FN21 This Report again (2, 3) highlights the need to base diagnoses for female pelvic floor dysfunction on the correlation between a woman’s symptoms, signs and any relevant urodynamic investigations.