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|Wys≥any: Wto Paľ 10, 2017 06:12 Temat postu: Relation between histological prostatitis and lower urinary
|Relation between histological prostatitis and lower urinary tract symptoms and erectile function
Chronic prostatitis Prostatitis Treatment(CP) significantly worsens a patient's
quality of life (QOL), but its etiology is Prostatitis heterogeneous.
Although the inflammatory Chronic Prostatitis process must
be associated with CP symptoms, Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome not all
patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia BPH Treatment
and histological prostatitis Blood In Semen complain of CP symptoms.
The relation between the severity of histological Blood in Urine inflammation and
lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) and Burning While Urinating erectile function is not
fully understood Difficulty Urinating.
This study comprised 26 Frequent Urination men with suspected prostate
cancer but with no malignant lesion by Painful Ejaculation pathological
examination of prostate Prostatitis Antibiotics
biopsy specimens. LUTS were assessed Treatment of Prostatitis by several
questionnaires including the International Prostate Symptom Score Chronic Prostatitis Symptoms (IPSS),
QOL index, Overactive Bladder Symptom Score (OABSS), Prostatic Hypertrophy and the National
Institutes of Health-Chronic Prostatitis Symptom Index (NIH-CPSI) Nonbacterial Prostatitis,
and erectile function was Causes of Prostatitis assessed by the Sexual Health
Inventory for Men. Prostate volume (PV) Amoxicillin Prostatitis measured by
transabdominal ultrasound Treatment for BPH,
maximum flow rate by uroflowmetry,Prostatitis Diet and serum concentration of
prostate-specific antigen were also evaluated Doxycycline Prostatitis .
All data collections were performed before prostate biopsy.Prostatectomy
Histological prostatitis was assessed by immunohistochemical BPH Symptoms
staining with anti-CD45 antibody as the Quick score.Prostatitis Cure The relation
between the Quick score and several factors was assessed by Pearson
correlation coefficient and a multivariate linear regression model after adjustment for PV.
The Pearson correlation coefficient showed a correlation between the Quick score and several factors including
PV, IPSS, QOL index, OABSS, and NIH-CPSI. A multivariate linear regression model after adjustment for PV showed only the NIH-CPSI
to be associated with the Quick score. The relation between the Quick score and each domain score of the
NIH-CPSI showed only the subscore of urinary symptoms to be an associated factor.
We found a correlation only between histological prostatitis and LUTS, but not erectile dysfunction.
Especially, the subscore of urinary symptoms (residual feeling and urinary frequency)
was associated with histological prostatitis.
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