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Surgical treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia

The frequency of benign prostatic hyperplasia increases with age. More than 50% of 70-year-old men have benign prostatic hyperplasia and every third patient at that age suffers from difficulties with urination. 

If conservative treatment is unsuccessful or if prostatic hyperplasia causes complications, the preferred method of treatment is surgery – either endoscopic or open surgery.

Doctors

Martin Kivi
Martin Kivi
Head of Centre
Surgery Clinic, Centre of Urology
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