BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERPLASIA (BPH)

Riselena Alyssa Amadea, Alfreth Langitan, Rosa Dwi Wahyuni

Abstract


Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) is a disease that often causes problems in men. BPH has the characteristics of hyperplasia of the prostate stroma and epithelium. Histological prevalence of BPH increased from 20% of men aged 41-50 years, 50% in men aged 51-60 years, to more than 90% in men aged> 80 years. BPH causes clinical manifestations such as LUTS, hypertrophy, and distention of the bladder due to urinary retention, nocturia and dysuria. In this case, a 67-year-old man admitted to hospital with complaints of stifling micturition for 7 months, not satisfied when BAK, takes a long time to start micturition, urine seeps, nocturia> 3 times, bloody bowel is denied, lump in thigh fold is denied . The results of the ultrasound and Rectal Toucher examination of the patient are diagnosed with BPH Grade 3. Management of this case is carried out by prostatectomy.


Keywords


BPH, hyperplasia, urinary retention, nocturia, disuria

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