The prostate is a gland located at the base of the bladder, around the urethra - the tube through which urine is eliminated. More than half of the men over 50 suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia - an abnormal Prostate Enlargement.
In a first phase, the treatment of an enlarged prostate can be done in the traditional manner, with medicine. In other cases the, surgical procedures are required because the symptoms negatively affect the patient’s daily live.
So, when medical treatment can’t control the enlarged prostate, doctors recommend surgical methods such as resection of the prostate (the surgeon inserts into the urethra an instrument containing an electric, curved wire which cuts the tissue and scars the blood vessels). The procedure takes about 90 minutes and produces fewer physical trauma than open surgeries, transurethral incision of the prostate (by this procedure the urethra is widen and the surgeon makes a few cuts at the base of the bladder and the prostate), open surgery (the surgeon uses this method when the prostate is too enlarged) and laser surgery (using the laser to disintegrate the prostate’s tissue).
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