By Kevin T. McVary
Northwestern Univ., Chicago, IL. provides updated interpretation and research of the numerous new cures to be had for the remedy of benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH). Discusses the pathophysiology, traditional historical past, and epidemiology of BPH. additionally addresses the remedy of postobstructive diuresis. DNLM: Prostatic Hyperplasia--therapy.
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Although much is unknown about the pathophysiology of BPH, the condition results in a diminished quality of life for many patients. The symptoms of BPH can be broadly divided into obstructive and irritative components. The former symptoms include a weakened urinary stream, hesitancy, and the need to push or strain to initiate micturition. Irritative symptoms can be much more bothersome for many men and include frequency, nocturia, and urgency (2). When assessing the importance and magnitude of BPH, one must consider several factors.
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