Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Technically, BPH -> BPE -> BOO -> LUTS. BPH is a histologic diagnosis. Therefore, a patient presenting with LUTS may be secondary to BOO, caused by BPE from BPH.

Evaluation of LUTS, from Campbell's

Evaluation/Workup

History

Clinic tests

BPH Labs

Treatment of LUTS, from Campbell's

Non-Surgical Managment

Conservative Management

Alpha-blockers

5-a reductase inhibitors

Anticholinergics

B3-Agonist - Mirabegron

Phosphodiesterase Type 5 inhibitors

Phytotherapy

Surgical Management

Indications for Surgery

Choosing the right surgery

Clinical scenario: patient with > 100g prostate, with(out) urinary retention

Other surgical risks

Relevant studies

References