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Ultrasound of urinary bladder done. Suggestions?

My father, age 70, Ultrasound reports says the following - Urinary bladder partially filled. Wall is hickened suggestive of Cystitis. Foley's bulb seen in Situ.
Prostrate = enlarged in size (4.8x3.5X3.6 cm with volume -33.2cc). B/L seminal vesicles are normal. Retroperitoneal vessels are normal. No Retroperitoneal or mesenteric lymph nodes are seen. Psoas muscles are normal.

No evidence of ascots is seen in abdomen.

Impression: Prostatomegaly with cystitis

Want to know does he needs to be operated as he is suffering from a disese wherein he cannot balance his body and off late more leaning towards the right side
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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hi dear and welcome to healthcare magic ....
Dear your father has two problems Enlarge prostate and cystitis(infection of urinarry bladder)...
in this case ,cystitis seems secondry to Enlarge prostate and any how will respond to antibiotics ....
the definitive treatment of Enlarge prostate is surgery ,but it depends on the degree of symptoms....if the symptoms are not trouble some or there is co morbidity restrictions or patient is not welling for surgery ,then there are medicine for the symptoms of enlarge prostate ....
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