Evaluación clínica de la incontinencia urinaria en la consulta ginecológica

Franklin J. Espitia-de la Hoz

Resumen


Se objetivó revisar la literatura existente respecto a la valoración clínica de la incontinencia urinaria femenina en la consulta ginecológica. Se hizo una exploración de la literatura médica en las bases de datos electrónicas, libros de textos impresos, en revistas indexadas y sociedades científicas reconocidas, a fin de identificar la literatura relevante en la valoración clínica del escape de orina en la consulta ginecológica. En la actualidad la evidencia sobre este tema no permite sugerir un examen clínico específico para valorar la incontinencia en una consulta ginecológica, pero la correlación de hallazgos entre uno y otro, facilita el mismo. La literatura muestra que los métodos de evaluación de clínica de la incontinencia urinaria en la consulta ginecológica, juegan un importante papel en el correcto diagnóstico de las pacientes y en el adecuado tratamiento de las mismas; por lo tanto, se hace necesario volver los ojos a la adecuada evaluación clínica en la consulta ginecológica.


Palabras clave


incontinencia; diagnóstico; síntomas; urgencia; uretra

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