Correlation between Prostatic Calculi and Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

Ruipeng Tang (Panzhihua general hospital, Panzhihua,Sichuan, 617000, China)
Chuan Xiao (Panzhihua general hospital, Panzhihua,Sichuan, 617000, China)

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Prostatic calculus is a common disease of the urinary system, Prostate stones are more common in middle-aged and elderly men, With the development of ultrasonic diagnosis, more and more patients with prostate stone were found in physical examination,According to research shows,The vast majority of patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia in the pathogenesis of examination was found to have prostate stones, but so far the correlation between prostate stones and benign prostatic hyperplasia is still not very clear,Benign prostatic hyperplasia is an important factor affecting the physical and mental health and quality of life of the elderly male, With an increasing trend of population aging in China more quickly, this problem is more and more outstanding, but also allows us to further study the relationship between prostate stones and benign prostatic hyperplasia.


Prostatic calculus;Benign prostatic hyperplasia;Correlation

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