Prostatic Hyperplasia Complicated with Vesical Calculus
Prostatic hyperplasia is one of the most common urological diseases in the elderly. The hyperplastic prostate could cause urinary obstruction, often complicated with urinary infection and vesical calculus. According to statistics, 10.3% of patients with prostatic hyperplasia present with vesical stones (1). From 1980–1984, 12 patients were treated with prostatic hyperplasia complicated with vesical calculus in our hospital.
KeywordsUric Acid Stone Formation Calcium Oxalate Urinary Stone Urethral Stricture
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