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Transurethral resection of very large prostates. A retrospective study.

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Waaddegaard, P, Hansen, BJ, Christensen, SW, Andersen, JT, Iversen-Hansen, R & Iversen, HG 1991, 'Transurethral resection of very large prostates. A retrospective study.' International Urology and Nephrology, bind 23, nr. 3, s. 245-250.

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Waaddegaard, P., Hansen, B. J., Christensen, S. W., Andersen, J. T., Iversen-Hansen, R., & Iversen, H. G. (1991). Transurethral resection of very large prostates. A retrospective study. International Urology and Nephrology, 23(3), 245-250.

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Waaddegaard P, Hansen BJ, Christensen SW, Andersen JT, Iversen-Hansen R, Iversen HG. 1991. Transurethral resection of very large prostates. A retrospective study. International Urology and Nephrology. 23(3):245-250.

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Waaddegaard P, Hansen BJ, Christensen SW, Andersen JT, Iversen-Hansen R, Iversen HG. Transurethral resection of very large prostates. A retrospective study. International Urology and Nephrology. 1991;23(3):245-250.

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Waaddegaard, P ; Hansen, B J ; Christensen, S W ; Andersen, J T ; Iversen-Hansen, R ; Iversen, H G. / Transurethral resection of very large prostates. A retrospective study. I: International Urology and Nephrology. 1991 ; Bind 23, Nr. 3. s. 245-250.

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AU - Iversen, H G

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N2 - Twenty-one patients with benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), and a weight of transurethrally resected tissue exceeding 80 g (Group 1), were compared to a control group of 30 patients with a weight of resected tissue less than 80 g (Group 2) with regard to the peri- and postoperative course and the symptomatic and urodynamic results of surgery. All patients were followed 12 months postoperatively. In both groups more than 90% of the patients were satisfied with the results of the operation. However, the obstructive symptoms were better relieved than the irritative symptoms. The group who had large resections performed had a longer operating time and a greater perioperative blood loss than the group of minor resections. No differences were found with regard to other peri- or postoperative complications or subjective results. Transurethral resection is safe and efficient in treating BPH, also with very large prostates.

AB - Twenty-one patients with benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), and a weight of transurethrally resected tissue exceeding 80 g (Group 1), were compared to a control group of 30 patients with a weight of resected tissue less than 80 g (Group 2) with regard to the peri- and postoperative course and the symptomatic and urodynamic results of surgery. All patients were followed 12 months postoperatively. In both groups more than 90% of the patients were satisfied with the results of the operation. However, the obstructive symptoms were better relieved than the irritative symptoms. The group who had large resections performed had a longer operating time and a greater perioperative blood loss than the group of minor resections. No differences were found with regard to other peri- or postoperative complications or subjective results. Transurethral resection is safe and efficient in treating BPH, also with very large prostates.

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