A Modified Technique for Performing Transurethral Nephroscopy Lithotripsy of Bladder Stones with/without Plasma Kinetic Resection of the Prostate of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: A New Bladder Stone Operation Method
Purpose: To probe the effective treatment for patients with Begin Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH) along with bladder stones with Plasmakinetic Resection of Prostate combining with Transurethral Nephrolithotripsy by Pneumatic and Ultrasound Lithotripsy． Methods: Twenty five cases of patients of BPH combined with bladder stones were chosen. Plasmakinetic Resection of Prostate Combining with Transurethral Nephrolithotripsy by Pneumatic and Ultrasound Lithotripsy was used to compare the maximal urinary flow rate (Qmax), residual urine and other index in those patients before and after operations. Results: All operations in 25 cases were successful, without any complications. Three months after operations, Qmax, and residual urine were significantly improved in patients. Conclusions: Simultaneous transurethral bladder calculi lithotripsy combined with PKRP is considered as the safe, effective and minimal invasive surgical method to cure BPH along with bladder stones, also obviously improving the symptoms of obstruction, effectively removing calculus and improving the quality of life.