When a correlation between the urodynamic
diagnosis and the quality of life was analyzed, it was noticed that there was no
significant statistic difference for none of the results. Meaning, a normal urodynamic
test presented a similar score when compared to a result of genuine stress urinary
incontinence, vesicle instability or to a diagnosis of a mixed urinary incontinence.
P > 0,05
Not withstanding, when the main complaint of the patient was correlated with the questionnaires score of quality of life, it was noticed that the patients with stress urinary incontinence complaint presented a better quality of life than the patients with irritation and mixed complaints.
But the patients with irritation complaints presented a higher score, meaning a better quality of life than the patients with mixed complaints.
All these differences were statistically significant.
CORRELATION BETWEEN THE MAIN COMPLAINT AND THE QUESTIONNAIRE SCORE OF QUALITY OF LIFE
p < 0,05