‘Minimum-incision’ endoscopically assisted transvesical prostatectomy: Surgical technique and early outcomes

@inproceedings{ElKaramany2014MinimumincisionEA,
  title={‘Minimum-incision’ endoscopically assisted transvesical prostatectomy: Surgical technique and early outcomes},
  author={Tarek M. El-Karamany and Ahmed Mahmoud Al-Adl and Shabieb A. Abdel-Baky and Abdallah F. Abdel-Azeem and Mohamed A. Zaazaa},
  booktitle={Arab journal of urology},
  year={2014}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe the surgical technique and report the early outcomes of a 'minimum-incision' endoscopically assisted transvesical prostatectomy (MEATP) for managing benign prostatic obstruction secondary to a large (>80 g) prostate. PATIENTS AND METHODS In a prospective feasibility trial, 60 men with large benign prostates underwent MEATP. The baseline and postoperative evaluation included the International Prostate Symptom Score (IPSS), a measurement of maximum urinary flow rate (Q max… CONTINUE READING
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