prostatodynia

prostatodynia

 [pros″tah-to-din´e-ah]
pain in the prostate.

pros·ta·to·dyn·i·a

(pros'tă-tō-din'ē-ă),
A rarely used term for prostatalgia.
[prostato- + G. odynē, pain]

prostatodynia

/pros·ta·to·dyn·ia/ (-din´e-ah) pain in the prostate.

prostatodynia

(pros?ta-to-din'e-a) [? + odyne, pain]
The condition of having the symptoms and signs of prostatitis but no evidence of inflammation of the prostate, with negative urine culture. Use of antibiotics in patients with prostatodynia is unnecessary.
See: proctalgia fugax;
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24-27) This is partly because prostatitis is an umbrella term for many conditions, including acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, inflammatory and noninflammatory prostatodynia (prostate pain), and asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis.
Pollen extracts have also demonstrated an ability to suppress prostatitis and prostatodynia (chronic pelvic pain).
Urodynamic and psychometric observations and their implication in the management of prostatodynia.
Transrectal prostatic sonography as a useful diagnostic means for patients with chronic prostatitis or prostatodynia.
Unlike acute prostatitis, chronic prostatitis, nonbacterial prostatitis, and prostatodynia can be very difficult to treat.
The modalities discussed include [Beta] blocker therapy for prostatodynia, a confusing and frustrating malady for both the patient and the physician.
And those with socalled prostatodynia have complaints associated with prostatitis without bacterial infection or inflammation.
Being a simpleminded surgeon, I'm always leery of diagnoses I have trouble pronouncing: prostatodynia.
Prostatodynia (painful prostate) is a condition that mimics prostatitis when prostatitis is not present.
BGM-24 is a plant-extracted, proprietary drug candidate to treat symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), a non-cancerous enlargement of the innermost part of the prostate, and may also be considered for the treatment of chronic non-bacterial Prostatitis and Prostatodynia.
Prostatitis has a number of categories: acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis, chronic nonbacterial prostatitis, inflammatory and noninflammatory prostatodynia (prostate pain), and asymptomatic inflammatory prostatitis.
Still another condition that mimics the symptoms of prostatitis--when prostatitis is not present--is prostatodynia (painful prostate).