Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BEP) or prostate enlargement is a common condition that affects older men. It is usually not a serious threat to health, but puts pressure on the bladder and urethra, which affects the passing of urine.
This book is a comprehensive guide to BEP, covering all aspects of the disorder, from etiology and evaluation, to medical and surgical management.
Divided into fifty chapters, it provides detail on all conditions associated with BEP, including acute and chronic urinary retention, asymptomatic prostatic enlargement and post prostatectomy incontinence. TURP (transurethral resection of the prostate) surgery is covered in depth.
Comprehensive guide to Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BEP)/prostate enlargement
Covers all aspects of the disorder from etiology and evaluation, to treatment of numerous associated conditions
In depth coverage of TURP surgery
Includes more than 300 detailed diagrams, figures and tables
Sujata Patwardhan MCh Urology Professor and Head, Department of Urology, KEM Hospital, Consultant Bethany Hospital, Mumbai, Maharastra, India
1. Monopolar TURP 2. Bipolar TURP 3. Thulium Laser 4. Holmium Laser 5. KTP Laser 6. Uroflowmetry and Multi-Channel Urodynamics in Male LUTS 7. Urodynamic Studies 8. Open Prostatectomy-Where do we Stand? 9. Laparoscopic Management of BPH 10. Acute Urinary Retention in BPH 11. Chronic Urinary Retention 12. Asymptomatic Prostatic Enlargement 13. Sudden Death after BPH Surgery 14A. Post Prostatectomy Incontinence 14B. Management of Post-Prostatectomy Urinary Incontinence 15. Issues in BEP Consensus and Controversies 16. Prostatic Intraurethral Angle 17. Metabolic Syndrome and BPH 18. Sterilisation of Endoscopic Equipments 19. Persistent Hematuria: Causes and Management 20. Prolonged Catheterization Problems and UTI 21. TURP-Immediate Post-operative Concerns 22. Lasers for BEP: Which one to Why? 23. TURP and Sex: Erectile Dysfunction Retrograde Ejaculation 24. ED as Marker of CAD 25. Consensus on Guidelines on Management of BPH 26. Issues in BEP Consensus and Controversies 27. Anti-platelets and TURP 28. TURP and Pacemaker 29. Evaluating Prostate Volume 30. Bleeding in TURP 31. Concomitant Problems of Previous TURP 32. TUR Syndrome 33. Bladder Perforation during TURP 34. Medical Management 35. Nocturia 36. CA Prostate and BPH 37. Coexisting Benign Enlargement of Prostate and TCC Bladder 38. Parkinson's Disease and BEP 39. Bladder Diverticulum and BEP 40. Minimally Invasive Treatment of BPH 41. Older and Newer Modalities of Treatment in BEP 42. Important Studies and Drug Trials in BPH 43A. Medical Management versus Early Surgery 43B. Medical Rx versus Early Surgery BPH 44A. TURP versus HoLEP 44B. TURP versus Laser 45. Thulium Laser Prostatectomy versus Holmium 46. Vaporization/Enucleation 47. Pre-operative Strictures Will U Proceed? If Small Prostate and If Large Prostate 48. Post Prostatectomy Bladder Neck Contracture 49. Message of Urethral Strictures 50. Surgery for BEP: Summation