alexa Transurethral marsupialization of a medial prostatic cyst in patients with prostatitis-like symptoms.
Surgery

Surgery

Medical & Surgical Urology

Author(s): Dik P, Lock TM, Schrier BP, ZeijlemakerBY, Boon TA

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Abstract PURPOSE: The results of transurethral marsupialization as treatment for medial prostatic cysts were assessed. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Between June 1992 and August 1994 we performed transrectal ultrasound on 704 patients with symptoms of bladder outlet obstruction or lower urinary tract symptoms and a medical prostatic cyst was found in 34 (5\%). Transurethral marsupialization of the cyst via incision of the prostatic floor under transrectal ultrasound guidance was performed in 18 patients. Followup was 12 to 25 months (mean 18). RESULTS: Patients with a medial prostatic cyst complained of prostatitis-like symptoms (77\%), scrotal pain (62\%), impaired micturition (32\%), small volume ejaculation (35\%), painful ejaculation (24\%), hemospermia (24\%) and infertility (12\%). After marsupialization of the cyst, symptoms resolved completely in 14 patients (78\%), improved in 17 (94\%) and did not improve in only 1 (6\%). No complications of this procedure were noted. The 16 patients who did not undergo surgery still complain of prostatitis-like symptoms without evidence of bacterial prostatitis. CONCLUSIONS: We believe that a medial prostatic cyst can cause prostatitis-like symptoms and that marsupialization of the cyst can provide symptom relief in the majority of patients.
This article was published in J Urol and referenced in Medical & Surgical Urology

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