Urodynamic tests were introduced over 50 years ago as innovations of this era without being subjected to randomised studies. However this was considered good practice by most urogynaecological authorities to enable the diagnosis and treatment of urinary incontinence. The aim of this study is to establish the objective evidence for using urodynamic testing, currently, in clinical practice. If the response rate is high this will provide a robust ,strong evidence of MIPS experts and opinion leaders. We appreciate you are all busy but your cooperation by giving 5 minutes of your time and your valuable expertise.
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