AAM frequent urination, nocturia, urgency emergency, and / or urge incontinence, characterized by local pathological or metabolic cause of these symptoms could explain the absence of a definition symptomatology. AAM, Europe and America "in approximately 16% of men and women" to give effect. Similar proportions of men and women (16% - 16.9%), whereas a similar way with the prevalence of LUTS increases with aging. With urinary incontinence (wet) and without (dry) ratios close to AAM (9.3% - 7.6%), whereas men AMM dry, wet OAB is higher compared to
OAB symptoms in men are often DAA (overactive detrusor) or bladder dysfunction, such as impaired detrusor contractions, BOO "or, or BOO and bladder dysfunction is seen depending on the combination.
DAA, common cause of OAB symptoms and urodynamic detrusor involuntary contractions that occur during the bladder filling phase characterized by a urodynamic finding. DAA, and is often associated with BOO.
Detailed medical history and informed diagnosis is extremely important. Subjective history of bladder chart a more objective method of study is required to make. Ideally, the 3-day schedule is filled. A complete physical examination, urological, gynecological and neurological evaluation is required. Urine analysis, the patient must first apply for an examination to be done. Determination of creatinine in renal function needs to be done to give information about the advantages and disadvantages. AAM may be the cause, the possible causes of the high risk potential to affect primarily the upper urinary tract in question. In this case, ultrasonography is the most valuable and reliable method for the evaluation of upper urinary tract. Urine flow rate and residual urine determination of whether a simple uroflowmetry with ultrasound determination of residual can give very important information.
Although aging is a decline in most physiological functions. The urodynamic studies in LUTS increases with age and decreased bladder capacity with advanced age, involuntary detrusor contractions are more frequent, the amount of urine flow rate is low, and increased post-void residual urine was found.
A decrease in the rate of contraction of the bladder increased with aging occurs due to fibrosis. "The old bladder", increased detrusor activity, impaired contractility, or both, is characterized by coexistence. Studies investigating the pathophysiologic mechanisms associated with the aging of the bladder symptoms is insufficient. The main reasons can be found with the current dysfunction of age or prostate enlargement, associated pathologies, such as neurological diseases or the drugs used most of the time is to distinguish whether that power is connected.