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Can we predict the success of prostatic surgery for male lower urinary tract symptoms : ICI-RS 2018?

(2019) NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS. 38(Suppl 5). p.S111-S118
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Aims: Male lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are common and bothersome symptoms in the aging population, of which the etiology is multifactorial. Prostatic surgery may be considered to alleviate some of these LUTS, especially in patients in which benign prostatic obstruction is believed to be the underlying cause. The aim of this paper is to discuss underlying pathophysiology, signs, and conditions that may lead to success or failure after prostatic surgery in male patients with LUTS. Methods: The paper is a report of presentations and subsequent discussions at the annual International Consultation on Incontinence Research Society, in June 2018 in Bristol. Results and conclusions: Unfavorable outcomes after prostatic surgery are reported in 25% to 30% of the patients. This may be due to persistent or de novo symptoms, related to the multifactorial origin of symptoms. Specific underlying conditions such as with detrusor overactivity, detrusor underactivity, and nocturnal polyuria are discussed in their relationship with prostatic surgery. Knowledge gaps are addressed and specific research questions proposed.
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QUALITY-OF-LIFE, BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION, URODYNAMIC FOLLOW-UP, TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION, NOCTURNAL POLYURIA, DETRUSOR CONTRACTILITY, GENERAL-ANESTHESIA, NATURAL-HISTORY, HYPERPLASIA, MEN, detrusor overactivity, detrusor under activity, male lower urinary tract symptoms, nocturia, overactive bladder, prostatic surgery, urodynamics

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De Wachter, Stefan, et al. “Can We Predict the Success of Prostatic Surgery for Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms : ICI-RS 2018?” NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS, vol. 38, no. Suppl 5, 2019, pp. S111–18, doi:10.1002/nau.24036.
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De Wachter, S., Hervé, F., & Averbeck, M. (2019). Can we predict the success of prostatic surgery for male lower urinary tract symptoms : ICI-RS 2018? NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS, 38(Suppl 5), S111–S118. https://doi.org/10.1002/nau.24036
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De Wachter, Stefan, François Hervé, and Marcio Averbeck. 2019. “Can We Predict the Success of Prostatic Surgery for Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms : ICI-RS 2018?” NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS 38 (Suppl 5): S111–18. https://doi.org/10.1002/nau.24036.
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De Wachter, Stefan, François Hervé, and Marcio Averbeck. 2019. “Can We Predict the Success of Prostatic Surgery for Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms : ICI-RS 2018?” NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS 38 (Suppl 5): S111–S118. doi:10.1002/nau.24036.
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De Wachter S, Hervé F, Averbeck M. Can we predict the success of prostatic surgery for male lower urinary tract symptoms : ICI-RS 2018? NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS. 2019;38(Suppl 5):S111–8.
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S. De Wachter, F. Hervé, and M. Averbeck, “Can we predict the success of prostatic surgery for male lower urinary tract symptoms : ICI-RS 2018?,” NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS, vol. 38, no. Suppl 5, pp. S111–S118, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Aims: Male lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) are common and bothersome symptoms in the aging population, of which the etiology is multifactorial. Prostatic surgery may be considered to alleviate some of these LUTS, especially in patients in which benign prostatic obstruction is believed to be the underlying cause. The aim of this paper is to discuss underlying pathophysiology, signs, and conditions that may lead to success or failure after prostatic surgery in male patients with LUTS.

Methods: The paper is a report of presentations and subsequent discussions at the annual International Consultation on Incontinence Research Society, in June 2018 in Bristol.

Results and conclusions: Unfavorable outcomes after prostatic surgery are reported in 25% to 30% of the patients. This may be due to persistent or de novo symptoms, related to the multifactorial origin of symptoms. Specific underlying conditions such as with detrusor overactivity, detrusor underactivity, and nocturnal polyuria are discussed in their relationship with prostatic surgery. Knowledge gaps are addressed and specific research questions proposed.},
  author       = {De Wachter, Stefan and Hervé, François and Averbeck, Marcio},
  issn         = {0733-2467},
  journal      = {NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS},
  keywords     = {QUALITY-OF-LIFE,BLADDER OUTLET OBSTRUCTION,URODYNAMIC FOLLOW-UP,TRANSURETHRAL RESECTION,NOCTURNAL POLYURIA,DETRUSOR CONTRACTILITY,GENERAL-ANESTHESIA,NATURAL-HISTORY,HYPERPLASIA,MEN,detrusor overactivity,detrusor under activity,male lower urinary tract symptoms,nocturia,overactive bladder,prostatic surgery,urodynamics},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Bristol, ENGLAND},
  number       = {Suppl 5},
  pages        = {S111--S118},
  title        = {Can we predict the success of prostatic surgery for male lower urinary tract symptoms : ICI-RS 2018?},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/nau.24036},
  volume       = {38},
  year         = {2019},
}

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