Monitoring Symptoms Of Lower Urinary Tract And Other Features Of Benign Hyperplasia Of Prostate In Patients With Tuberculosis
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 1534-1540
AbstractThere are publications in the literature on the prevalence of tuberculosis and associated diseases, as well as surgical care for patients with tuberculosis with urological pathology. The clinic of tuberculosis and the effectiveness of its treatment, including pulmonary tuberculosis, is largely determined by the presence of intercurrent diseases that aggravate a specific process and complicate its treatment. The prevalence of attendant pathology in patients with pulmonary tuberculosis ranges from 80% to 100% [1; 2; 3]. Thus, the indications for surgical curing of urological diseases in patients with tuberculosis do not differ from those in the absence of tuberculosis. Absence or insufficient duration of anti-tuberculosis chemotherapy is an absolute contraindication on the part of a specific process . The study of the dispersion of urological diseases and its nature, especially in patients with tuberculosis in some regions, such as Bukhara region, located in the arid zone, showed a large proportion. Thus, urological pathology was detected up to 35.5% of the examined patients with tuberculosis, and designation of ICD was observed in 5.5% of those identified with urological pathology in the Bukhara region . As preliminary data has shown, the elaboration of existing, the search for new, effective forms and methods of treatment and prevention of urological diseases, including in patients with tuberculosis, is of particular significance due to the need to amend the quality of life and reduce disability.
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