Source: Chronic prostatitis treatment Journal of Urology.
Chronic Nonbacterial Prostatitis / Male Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (Pelvic PSA 12)
Author s : Ene, Cosmin Victor; Geavlete, Petrisor; Bulai, Catalin; Georgescu, Dragos; Ene, Corina Daniela; Geavlete, Bogdan Abstract: Prostatitis is a challenging inflammatory condition of the prostate characterized by pain in the genital or pelvic area which may comprise urinary disorders and eventually cause sexual dysfunction.
Acute bacterial prostatitis is characterized by severe symptoms with voiding difficulties and persistent but poorly localised pain at various locations including the perineum, scrotum, penis and inner part of the leg.
The diagnosis is based on anamnesis, clinical chronic prostatitis treatment, bacteriological findings Chronic prostatitis treatment test and PSA mostly in men with acute bacterial prostatitis and less in chronic prostatitis. Acute chronic prostatitis treatment prostatitis is an acute infection of the prostate gland produced mostly by gram negative germs and constitutes a condition for which medical treatment is particularly very important due to the high risk of chronicity.
Chronic prostatitis either bacterial or non-bacterial implies a series of etiologic mechanisms incompletely understood so far, thus requiring particular means of diagnostic and treatment.
Asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis is found subsequent to prostate biopsy, thus making its' management rather difficult. Overall, prostatitis represents a large and still incompletely explored field of urology in terms of aetiology, diagnosis and treatment, often requiring multimodal therapeutic approach.
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This stage is usually characterized by a decreased activity of the inflammatory process, whereas the gland is largely replaced by scar connective tissue. In some patients, prostate sclerosis might cause bladder outlet obstruction [2,9,11]. The treatment of prostate sclerosis is a significant issue of modern urology since it is widely occurring especially in older and senile men. Int J UrolBushman Wade A.
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