HoLEP: The realization of HOLMIUM laser enucleation of prostate adenoma

HOLMIUM (HOLEP) prostate adenoma enucleation requires a surgeon trained in this technique and having the specific equipment necessary for its realization.   Preoperative preparation All patients have prior cytobacteriological analysis of urine, a PSA assay, and often a flow meter. The voiding discomfort was assessed by the symptomatic IPSS score and the prostate volume was

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HoLEP: HOLMIUM laser enucleation of prostate adenoma – The principle of treatment

Enucleation of prostate adenoma with holmium laser (HoLEP), has been practiced for about twenty years. It is now performed according to well-standardized techniques by the various surgeons who adopted it. The enucleation of the adenoma of the prostate with the HOLMIUM laser was developed progressively from the techniques of vaporization and vapo-resection endoscopic which used

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Laser Surgery of Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy

The use of the laser in the treatment of prostate adenoma (benign prostatic hyperplasia) is not a new technique. By the mid-1990s, this technology had been the object of a certain interest which had probably not resulted in lack of technological maturity. Recently, a renewed interest in the use of the laser in benign prostatic

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KTP laser vaporization of the prostate adenoma

While prostate transurethral resection (TURP) remains the benchmark technique for benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) surgery, laser treatment by photosensitive prostatic vaporization (PVP) is becoming increasingly common . Although performed in hospitals, this technique most often allows patients to return home on the day of surgery. More and more studies show little or no difference between

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Benign Prostate hyperplasia surgery with vapo-resection LASER

The adenoma is like an egg in the egg cup that represents the prostate gland that is rolled. It is not a dangerous condition, but may be the cause of important urinary disorders, particularly because of unusually frequent urination (= pollakiuria), decreased force of urine flow (= dysuria) or the sensation of not fully emptying

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