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smarty
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Posted: Tuesday, September 19, 2017 06:58:44 AM
Prostatitis Treatment Chronic prostatitis (CP) significantly worsens a patient's quality of life (QOL), Chronic Prostatitis but its etiology is heterogeneous. Although the inflammatory process must be associated with CP symptoms prostatitis, not all patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia and histological prostatitis complain of CPPS symptoms. The relation between the severity of histological inflammation and lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) and erectile function is not fully understood.This study comprised 26 chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome men with suspected prostate cancer but with no malignant lesion by pathological examination of prostate biopsy specimens. LUTS were assessed by several questionnaires including the International Prostate Symptom Score BPH (IPSS), QOL index, Overactive Bladder Symptom Score (OABSS), and the National Institutes of Health-Chronic Prostatitis Symptom Index (NIH-CPSI), and erectile function was assessed Prostatitis Symptoms by the Sexual Health Inventory for Men. Prostate volume (PV) measured by transabdominal ultrasound, maximum flow rate by uroflowmetry, Blood in the semen and serum concentration of prostate-specific antigen were also evaluated. All data collections were performed before prostate biopsy. Blood in the Urine Histological prostatitis was assessed by immunohistochemical staining with anti-CD45 antibody as the Quick score. The relation between the Quick Burning While Urinating score and several factors was assessed by Pearson correlation coefficient and a multivariate linear regression model after adjustment for PV Difficulty Urinating.The Pearson correlation coefficient Pain While Urinating 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 Frequent Urination 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 Painful ejaculation.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 Prostatitis Treatment.
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