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ALLMedicine™ Acute Bacterial Prostatitis Center

Research & Reviews  13 results

The Immune System Fails to Mount a Protective Response to Gram-Positive or Gram-Negativ...
Journal of Immunology (Baltimore, Md. : 1950); Lupo F, Rousseau M et. al.

Oct 16th, 2020 - Bacterial prostatitis affects 1% of men, with increased incidence in the elderly. Acute bacterial prostatitis frequently progresses to chronicity, marked by recurrent episodes interspersed with asymptomatic periods of variable duration. Antibiotic...

Acute bacterial prostatitis
Alain Meyrier

INTRODUCTION The prostate is subject to various inflammatory disorders [ 1 ]. One of these syndromes is acute bacterial prostatitis, an acute infection of the prostate, usually caused by gram-negative organisms [ 2 ]. The clinical presentation is ...

Staphylococcus aureus Prostatic abscess: a clinical case report and a review of the lit...
BMC Infectious Diseases; Carroll DE, Marr I et. al.

Jul 25th, 2017 - Prostatic abscess is a rare complication of acute bacterial prostatitis and is most commonly caused by Enterobacteriaceae. We report on a case of prostatic abscess caused by Staphylococcus aureus and conduct a review of the literature. We present ...

Surgical therapy of prostatitis: a systematic review.
World Journal of Urology; Schoeb DS, Schlager D et. al.

Jun 15th, 2017 - The clinical term "prostatitis" refers to a clinical syndrome defined by the following 4 distinct entities: acute bacterial prostatitis (category 1), chronic bacterial prostatitis (category 2), chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (cat...

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News  2 results

Fast Five Quiz: Are You Familiar With Urinary Tract Infections in Males?

May 2nd, 2016 - The incidence of true urinary tract infection (UTI) in adult males younger than 50 years is low (approximately 5-8 per year per 10,000), with adult females being 30 times more likely than males to develop a UTI. The incidence of UTI in males appro...

Treating Prostatitis Effectively

Signs and Symptoms The National Institutes of Health (NIH) classifies prostatitis into four categories based on signs and symptoms (Table 1).[1–8] Category I (acute bacterial prostatitis [ABP]) is rare, accounting for fewer than 0.02% of prostatit...

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