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5. BPH, prostatitis, benign diseases of genitals

5. BPH, prostatitis, benign diseases of genitals

Non -malignant enlargement of prostate. Etiology unknown, a lot of theories may be related to an imbalance between estrogenic and androgenic activity. Histopathology. BPH – histhological diagnosis, patient comes because of voiding problems – LUTS (lower urinary tract symptoms).

                                 


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author: Milan Hora | published on: 4.4.2013 | last modified on: 18.2.2019
citation: Hora Milan: 5. BPH, prostatitis, benign diseases of genitals. Educational Portal of Medical Faculty in Pilsen [online] 2013-04-04, last modif. 2019-02-18 [cit. 2019-11-20] Available from WWW: <http://mefanet.lfp.cuni.cz/articles.php?aid=230>. ISSN 1804-4409.
 

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