Author(s): Saak V, Tokta MG, Bozkurt I, Toku R, Unler E
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Abstract Prostatic biopsy is a definitive diagnostic method that should be used whenever a prostatic malignancy is suspected. Anatomically it can be done from the transrectal or perineal route. In two methods transrectal ultrasonography can be used as a helper tool. In this paper we present two cases of pelvic haematoma following prostatic biopsy that occasionally cause complications.
This article was published in Int Urol Nephrol
and referenced in Advancements in Genetic Engineering