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Complications of BPH 

Complications of BPH
Complications of BPH

Jens J Rassweiler

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date: 26 July 2021

Benign prostatic hyperplasia is associated with significant side effects

There is a need to evaluate these side effects as a basis for treatment decision

Interventional management of benign prostatic hyperplasia is also associated with complications. Such side-effects may occur peri- as well as postoperatively

Recent technological improvement of the different treatment techniques (ie TURP, laserablation, laserenucleation) has resulted in a significant decrease of perioperative complication rate.

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