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Does Prostate Morphology Affect Outcomes After Holmium Laser Enucleation?

To determine whether prostate morphology or technique used has any effect on postoperative outcomes after holmium laser enucleation of the prostate. A retrospective review of prospectively collected data was completed for all patients undergoing a holmium laser enucleation of the prostate at our ins... Full description

Journal Title: Urology April 2013, Vol.81(4), pp.844-848
Main Author: Wisenbaugh, Eric Smith
Other Authors: Nunez-Nateras, Rafael , Mmeje, Chinedu O , Warner, Jonathan N , Humphreys, Mitchell R
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description: To determine whether prostate morphology or technique used has any effect on postoperative outcomes after holmium laser enucleation of the prostate. A retrospective review of prospectively collected data was completed for all patients undergoing a holmium laser enucleation of the prostate at our institution. Prostate morphology was classified as either “bilobar” or “trilobar” according to the cystoscopic appearance. The baseline characteristics, complications, and postoperative outcomes were collected. A total of 304 patients with either “bilobar” (n = 142) or “trilobar” (n = 162) prostate morphology were included. The trilobar group was more likely to have longer operative times (112 vs 100 minutes, P = .04), although this difference was not significant on multivariate analysis. The postoperative outcomes were similar between the 2 groups for American Urological Association symptom score, change in American Urological Association symptom...
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A retrospective review of prospectively collected data was completed for all patients undergoing a holmium laser enucleation of the prostate at our institution. Prostate morphology was classified as either “bilobar” or “trilobar” according to the cystoscopic appearance. The baseline characteristics, complications, and postoperative outcomes were collected.

A total of 304 patients with either “bilobar” (n = 142) or “trilobar” (n = 162) prostate morphology were included. The trilobar group was more likely to have longer operative times (112 vs 100 minutes, P = .04), although this difference was not significant on multivariate analysis. The postoperative outcomes were similar between the 2 groups for American Urological Association symptom score, change in American Urological Association symptom...

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To determine whether prostate morphology or technique used has any effect on postoperative outcomes after holmium laser enucleation of the prostate.

A retrospective review of prospectively collected data was completed for all patients undergoing a holmium laser enucleation of the prostate at our institution. Prostate morphology was classified as either “bilobar” or “trilobar” according to the cystoscopic appearance. The baseline characteristics, complications, and postoperative outcomes were collected.

A total of 304 patients with either “bilobar” (n = 142) or “trilobar” (n = 162) prostate morphology were included. The trilobar group was more likely to have longer operative times (112 vs 100 minutes, P = .04), although this difference was not significant on multivariate analysis. The postoperative outcomes were similar between the 2 groups for American Urological Association symptom score, change in American Urological Association symptom...

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