Benign prostatic hyperplasia versus prostatitis.
Although, benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis, both reveal themselves in the background of an enlarged prostatic gland these two conditions must be distinguished. As it was shown first by Gat, Y et al. in 2008 and have been proven in numerous clinical studies on thousands of real patients since then, BPH occurs as a result of the failure of the one-way valves in the internal spermatic veins. This, in turn, leads to stagnation of venous blood, first in the longer left side and later in the right side spermatic vein, well known as varicocele.Read More