CIRSE 2017- September 16 to 20, 2017

MP apresentou a comunicação livre:

“The 6-month- 7.5 year Outcome of Prostatic Artery embolisation in 1100 patients with benign Hyperplasia”

Purpose – To evaluate the short, mid and long term outcome of prostatic artery embolization (PAE) for patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).

Materials – Between March 2009 and September 2016,   1100 patients with BPH underwent PAE. One hundred eighteen patients were in acute urinary retention (AUR) and 221 patients had a prostate volume over 100cm3. All patients were evaluated up to 5 months, 982 patients at mid term between 1 and 3 years and 600 patients at long term between 3  and 7.5 years.

Results – Mean patient age was 68.7 years. There were 18 (1.6%) technical failures. The cumulative clinical success rates at short, mid and long term follow up were 90%, 84.1% and 79.2% respectively. The results of the 118 patients in AUR, were: 110 (93.2%) had the catheter removed between 2 days and 3 months; 106 (89.8%) and 99 (83.9%) have good results at mid and long term, respectively. The results of the 220 patients with prostate volume larger than 100cc were: 190 (86.4%) with short term clinical success, 178 (80.9%) and 171 (77.7%), respectively, at mid and long term clinical success. There were 2 major complications, a bladder wall ischemia and a perineal pain for 3 months,

Conclusions – PAE is a safe procedure for patients with BPH with good short, mid and long term results.

Tiago Billim apresentou a comunicação livre sobre Adenomise