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Figure 1: The videourodynamic differentiation of male lower urinary tract symptoms suggestive of benign prostatic hyperplasia. (a) Bladder neck dysfunction, (b) benign prostatic obstruction, (c) poor relaxation of external sphincter, (d) dysfunctional voiding in patients with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction, (e) detrusor overactivity without bladder outlet obstruction, (f) detrusor underactivity, (g) detrusor overactivity and impaired detrusor contractility, (h) hypersensitive bladder without bladder outlet obstruction

Figure 1: The videourodynamic differentiation of male lower urinary tract symptoms suggestive of benign prostatic hyperplasia. (a) Bladder neck dysfunction, (b) benign prostatic obstruction, (c) poor relaxation of external sphincter, (d) dysfunctional voiding in patients with neurogenic lower urinary tract dysfunction, (e) detrusor overactivity without bladder outlet obstruction, (f) detrusor underactivity, (g) detrusor overactivity and impaired detrusor contractility, (h) hypersensitive bladder without bladder outlet obstruction