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Complex urodynamic study (CUDI) - is carried out to determine the state of the urethra in men and women. With its help, it is possible to check how well the bladder functions, to detect infections or inflammatory processes. Thanks to KUDI, it is possible to diagnose other diseases that are accompanied, inter alia, by a violation of the urination process.

Of course, this is a very delicate question and someone will continue to endure, but if problems with the urethra cause discomfort, inconvenience, you should consult a doctor and undergo a comprehensive urodynamic examination. KUDI in K + 31 is performed with minimal discomfort for the patient and only by highly qualified doctors. Thanks to the study, they will be able to establish the cause of the problem and accurately select the effective treatment.

When is KUDI

If the urination process becomes more frequent, rare or difficult, and if urinary incontinence is observed when coughing, laughing, sneezing; the sound of water; physical activity; urge to urinate.

Including: with a weakening of the feeling of fullness of the bladder and pi preparation for surgery for the treatment of incontinence.

What does KUDI consist of

The complexity and effectiveness of the KUDI is achieved by combining several types of procedures. Which of these will be required by the patient is determined by the attending physician.

  • Residual urine volume determined
  • An ultrasound of the bladder is performed.
  • A general urine test shows the patient’s condition and helps to identify complex problems.
  • The pressure-flow method evaluates the correlation of bladder pressure and urination rate
  • A bladder stress test stimulates spontaneous urination, as with laughter, physical exertion, and other situations that arise in real life.
  • Uroflowmetry allows you to measure the speed of urination
  • Cystometry evaluates bladder function
  • Urethral profilometry determines the pressure that is responsible for the retention of urine
  • Electromyography determines the work of the pelvic floor muscles and the degree of transmission of nerve impulses to the brain and spinal cord.
  • Cystoscopy studies the pathology of the bladder.

Service record


All specialists
Pavel Ilyich

Head of the Urology Clinic, Deputy Chief Physician for Urology, Urologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD, professor

Armais Albertovich

Chief Consultant in Urology, Urologist

Academician, professor, Doctor of Sciences, PhD

Boris Evgenyevich

Head of the Department of Urology, Urologist


Nika Dzhumberovich

Urologist, andrologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD

Suren Alexandrovich

Doctor urologist-andrologist

Doctor of Sciences, PhD