When a prostatic abscess
is suspected, transrectal ultrasound or a computer tomography scan of the gland should be performed.
Prostatic abscess rarely follows acute prostatitis, with a reported incidence of 0.
In our case, the prostatic abscess may have created a false passage in the bulbar urethra due to the traumatic catheterization; this created a urethro-urethral fistula, mimicking urethral duplication of the Effman's type 2B classification.
EUS-guided drainage of an isolated primary tubercular prostatic abscess
is an uncommon condition, often difficult to clinically discern from acute bacterial prostatitis.
Common canine prostatic disorders include benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), prostatitis, prostatic abscess
, prostatic cysts and prostatic adenocarcinoma.
13] Also, KP has been the leading causative microorganism of emphysematous prostatic abscess
, which is the lethal form of prostatic abscess
of cases Percentage Wound Infection 7 35 Stenosis of urethral opening 5 25 Excoriation of Scrotal skin 2 10 Lymphedema 2 10 Prostatic Abscess
1 5 Table no.
CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis demonstrated right perinephric abscess and prostatic abscess
Seventy percent of such patients have diabetes mellitus (5,13,18,19); 11% to 12% of the reported patients with Klebsiella liver abscess have other septic metastatic lesions, including pulmonary emboli or abscess, brain abscess, pyogenic meningitis, endophthalmitis, prostatic abscess
, osteomyelitis, septic arthritis, or psoas abscess (5,13,19).
The most common prostatic diseases in canines are bacterial prostatitis and prostatic abscess
as a complication of chronic prostatitis (Boland et al.
Repeat TRUS was considered to determine if there was a prostatic abscess