Complications of transurethral resection
of the prostate (TURP)--incidence, management, and prevention.
Diode laser (980 nm) vaporization in comparison with transurethral resection
of the prostate for benign prostatic hyperplasia: Randomized clinical trial with 2-year follow-up.
All patients of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), whose symptoms were longstanding, not relieved by medical line of management, who had at least one failed trial to void and underwent Transurethral Resection
of Prostate (TURP) were included in the study.
Comparison of inguinal versus classic approach for obturator nerve block in patients undergoing transurethral resection
of bladder tumors under spinal anesthesia.
Incidental Prostate Cancer in Transurethral Resection
of the Prostate Specimens in the Modern Era.
Though HPV causing genital condyloma acuminata is generally transmitted by sexual routes, we aimed to present a case of primary urethral condylomata acuminata involving the entire urethra, which is different from many cases in the literature, in a patient with no risk factors identified after transurethral resection
of the prostate (TUR-P).
Hofmann, "Complications of transurethral resection
of the prostate (TURP)incidence, management, and prevention," European Urology, vol.
Ortiz, "Management of abdominal compartment syndrome after transurethral resection
of the prostate," Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology (English Edition), vol.
Although there are competing alternatives available to treat benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), transurethral resection
of the prostate (TURP) remains the gold standard using either general or spinal anesthesia.
Either transurethral resection
of prostate (TURP) or simple prostatectomy can help in reducing the urinary symptoms associated with BPH.
Background: Transurethral resection
of prostate (TURP) to treat benign enlargement of prostate (BEP) has been the gold standard for decades.