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Diagnosis of benign prostatic hyperplasia

Updated: Friday, Feb 26,2010, 2:31:20 PM
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1, physical examination: Check whether the slow response in patients, with or without anemia, with or without edema. Hypertension (except for the early uremia identified or clues); abdominal mass, and whether the location (to determine the compensatory stage of urinary tract obstruction, or decompensated); whether the secretions of the urethra, epididymis is enlarged (to determine whether the combined infection).

2, rectal inspection: Check the anal sphincter tension (difference between neurogenic bladder), and prostate conditions, pay attention to prostate size, whether the disappearance of the central sulcus, with or without nodules, prostate hardness, with or without tenderness and so on.

3, laboratory tests: urine routine attention to discovering whether the combined urinary tract infection; routine blood and biochemical examination: lower hemoglobin, blood urea nitrogen elevated prompt uremia.

4, kidney function tests: blood urea nitrogen and creatinine elevated with impaired renal function prompts.

5, ultrasound examination: to determine the size of benign prostatic hyperplasia and bladder residual urine and the number of availability.

6, flow rate examination can detect lower urinary tract function.

7, X-ray: You can understand their own situation and to determine the prostate prostate obstruction of the urinary tract impact.

8, isotope renogram examination: Understanding urinary tract obstruction and renal function.

9, bladder and urethra endoscopy: You can confirm the diagnosis and to observe the mid-proliferation, as well as to understand the pathological changes of lower urinary tract.

10, prostate biopsy: nodular prostate hyperplasia Zuohuo physical examination when necessary to diagnose or except for prostate cancer.

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