Enlarged prostrate affects urination and leads to recurrent UTIs, bladder stones, blood in urine and renal failure. Donate, and help a patient avoid prostrate complications
Transurethral resection of prostate (TURP) is an endoscopic procedure done to relieve symptoms caused by an enlarged prostate. When the prostate gland is enlarged, it can press against the urethra and interfere with or block the passage of urine out of the body.
Enlargement of the prostate is a common part of aging, producing symptoms mostly after 50 years of age. TURP is frequently performed in the geriatric population and is a gold standard for elderly patients
Of 70 year old men have enlarged prostate
BENEFITS OF SURGERY
Restores functional independence to patient
Prevents complications such as renal failure, recurrent UTIs, bladder stones and blood in urine