Adenoma of the prostate . It is a benign neoformation that emerges from the paraurethral glands , during which growth the prostate atrophies moving towards the periphery and often has a nodule character .
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Benign prostatic hypertrophy.
- Delay or difficulty for. start urination, you have to force.
- Drip when you finish urinating, or having to urinate several times.
- Fine and forceless urine stream.
- Not being satisfied when finished, as if there was more urine.
- Having to urinate many times during the day.
- Having to urinate several times at night.
- Urgency to go to urinate.
- Loss or leakage of urine.
The clinical picture depends mainly on the degree and character of the proliferation of adenomatous nodules and anatomical-functional disorders in the prostatic part of the urethra , the urinary bladder, the upper urinary tract and the kidneys .
It is classified into three stages
- In the first stage of the disease, patients develop only disorders with urination, with complete emptying of the urinary
- In stage II, the function of the urinarybladder is greatly altered and residual urine appears; urine retention begins.
- In stage III complete decompensation of urinary bladderfunction develops and paradoxical incuria begins.