When drug treatments are insufficient, removal of the obstructive prostate tissue, in other words, surgical treatments will be on the agenda. In addition, surgical treatment becomes mandatory in cases of deterioration in kidney functions, recurrent urinary tract infections, inability to urinate, urinary bladder stones, and severe and recurrent bleeding.
Compared to non-surgical methods, urinary complaints have a higher chance of improvement. However, surgical treatments are more likely to cause risks and adverse events. Treatments for benign prostate enlargement do not cure prostate cancer and do not reduce the risk of subsequent cancer development, as in other methods. Surgical treatments can be applied either closed or open.
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