All types of modern surgical endoscopic treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia (adenoma) (BPH)
TREATMENT OF BENIGN PROSTATE HYPERPLASIA AT THE RCMC
The goal of surgical treatment of prostate diseases is to exclude the consequences and complications of the disease, the conservative treatment of which did not give a positive result.
Laser enucleation of the prostate gland (HoLEP)
This is an advanced technique of endoscopic excision of a hyperplasia (adenoma) of the prostate gland with the use of a holmium laser. In contrast to conventional monopolar transurethral prostatic resection (TURP), this kind of therapy has a lesser catheterization period during the postoperative period, a considerably lower blood loss during the operation and a low risk of bleeding during the postoperative period.This type of treatment can be offered to patients with any volume of the prostate gland, and is rightfully the "golden" standard for the treatment of surgical treatment of BPH.
Laparoscopical excision of prostate gland hyperplasia
This technique of surgical treatment of benign prostate hyperplasia is considered an alternative to open surgery on patients with prostate gland volume of over 150 cm3. This approach is distinguished by solid long-term results, low invasiveness and high level of safety.
Bipolar transurethral resection of the prostate (TURis/ B-TURP)
This is an endoscopic technique for the removal of a hyperplasia (adenom) of prostate which uses electricity conducted by physiological saline. The technique is a global medical golden standard of a minimally invasive surgical treatment of prostate gland hyperplasia. The technique is markedly effective and safe. The procedure is recommended, and is most effective, with the prostate gland volume of up to 80 cm3.
HOW TO GET OPERATIVE TREATMENT OF URINARY BLADDER DISORDERS AT THE RCMC
- Call the Contact Center to make an appointment for a consultation with the head of the urological department
- Come to the consultation on time.