A practical primer for physicians wanting to learn about simple and complex urodynamic testing. The clear, concise workbook structure allows for quick reference to multichannel urodynamic tracings and their interpretation. Brief but thorough discussion of the underlying theory and concepts behind urodynamic testing enable readers to gain a firm grasp of the implications of test results in individual patients. It provides an understanding of all the techniques used for the evaluation and treatment of the incontinent or lower urinary tract dysfunctional female patient, and also includes a quick reference guide to outpatient treatment. In contrast to other didactic texts, this book allows readers to initiate testing programs and will thus be of practical benefit to all those interested in improving patient care.