Robotic Surgery For Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH)

Ankara benign prostatic hyperplasia can be treated with robotic surgery applications and the complaints of the patient can end permanently. Benign prostatic hyperplasia that is common in older men is a normal process, but in some people, this condition can lead to many complaints and treatment may be needed. Benign prostatic hyperplasia problem can be treated by robotic surgery in order to minimize the risk of prostate cancer and to eliminate the complaints that negatively affect the comfort of daily life experienced by the patient.

When Robotic Surgery Is Performed For Benign Prostate Hyperplasia?

Ankara robotic surgery is a common technique used in the treatment of prostate cancers and malignant prostatic hyperplasia. In addition, the use of robotic surgery in the benign prostatic hyperplasia problem has become widespread in recent years.

As it is known, the main determining factor in Ankara BPH treatment is the volume of the prostate. Methods that can be an alternative to TUR treatment are recommended for patients with a prostate volume above 80 grams. Robotic surgery is an effective treatment modality in the treatment of large-volume prostates. This treatment, which is applied in very few centers in our country, is generally an ideal treatment for prostates of 140-150 grams and above. If there is a simultaneous condition such as bladder stones, these stones can also be removed during the surgery.

The abdomen is entered through 3-4 millimetric holes. The bladder is reached, and inside the bladder, the prostate is stripped from the outer capsule and taken out in one piece. After the procedure, a catheter is placed and left in place for 5-6 days.

Advantages Of Robotic Surgery For Benign Prostate Hyperplasia

Compared to other treatment modalities, robotic surgery has some advantages.

Since it is a laparoscopic technique, there is much less bleeding and a fast and comfortable healing process is experienced. There is no large surgical incision performed in open surgery. There is much less pain and the healing process is fast. In addition, since the prostate is taken out in one piece, it is a more effective treatment.

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