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The prostate is an about walnut-sized organ situated between the bladder and the penis. On its path from the bladder to the penis, the urethra travels past the prostate. This allows the urine to be excreted from the body. The fluid produced by the prostate nourishes and preserves sperm cells. The prostate delivers this fluid to the urethra after ejaculation, where it exits the body with the sperm cells. The most common prostate problems are prostatitis, benign prostate enlargement, and prostate cancer.


Transurethral resection of the prostate, known as TUR-P, is performed on men with prostate hypertrophy. Under general or spinal anesthesia, a thin metal tube is introduced from the urinary opening to the urethra in this procedure. This removes the obstruction in the prostate or urethra by removing the obstruction-causing component.


The benign enlargement of the prostate is one of the disorders commonly observed in males after the ages of 45 to 50. Very seldom, no treatment is required for benign prostate enlargement. This condition negatively impacts patients' quality of life in general. Green light laser therapy, often known as PVP, is capable of performing prostate vaporization. This technique is applicable to nearly all patients with benign prostate enlargement, particularly those with diabetes, hypertension, asthma, and cardiovascular disease.


In recent years, HoLEP, or Holmium Laser Prostate Enucleation, has become one of the most popular treatments for people with benign prostate enlargement. In this procedure, the nerves and blood vessels responsible for sexual function are not harmed in any way. In prostate enlargement or prostate tumor surgery, high-wattage holmium lasers are utilized. When used at low wattage, it can also be considered an endoscopic stone-breaking method.

Resum Prostate Treatment

Resum prostate treatment is one of the treatments for benign prostatic enlargement. Using a thin optical tube introduced into the penile entrance, hot water vapor is given to the tissues that cause development during the procedure, which can be conducted under spinal anaesthetic. This procedure takes around 9 seconds per growing lobe. Water vapor damages the growth-promoting cells' membranes, resulting in their death.

Radical Prostatectomy

Localized prostate cancer is treated surgically with radical prostatectomy. In this method, the prostate and seminal vesicles are totally removed from the body. It is possible to do radical prostatectomy openly, laparoscopically, and robotically. Laparoscopic and robotic techniques offer significantly more benefits than the open technique. With these procedures, the postoperative recovery period is shortened and made more comfortable. Laparoscopic and robotic techniques significantly reduce surgical hemorrhage. These methods offer considerable benefits not just after but also during surgical procedures.


Transportal prostate incision, or TUIP for short, is a technique used to treat individuals with retrograde ejaculation issues. However, for this treatment, a minimal prostate size is required. Additionally, TUIP is utilized to treat benign prostatic enlargement. This is a substitute for transurethral prostatectomy. The probability of retrograde ejaculation following TUIP surgery is between 15% and 20%. After surgery, which is often performed under spinal anaesthetic, the risk of developing problems is nearly nonexistent.


The MR-TRUS fusion prostate biopsy is a form of biopsy that employs highly advanced computer programs. MR-TRUS fusion prostate biopsy can diagnose cases that cannot be caught with a conventional biopsy because to its great sensitivity. As the name implies, MR is used in this procedure. On the basis of the resulting three-dimensional image of the prostate, a biopsy is conducted.

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