Vol. 43 (5): 835-840, September – October, 2017
Haitham Abdelmoteleb 1, Fatima Rashed 1, Amr Hawary 1
1 Great Western Hospital, Swindon, United Kingdom
In contemporary practice, the number of patients presenting with prostatic abscess have significantly declined due to the widespread use of antibiotics. However, when faced with the pathology, prostatic abscess tends to pose a challenge to clinicians due to the difficulty of diagnosis and lack of guidelines for treatment. Treatment consists of an array of measures including parenteral broad-spectrum antibiotic administration and abscess drainage.
Keywords: Prostate; Disease Management; Guidelines as Topic