RESULTS IPSS’ class showed improvement in both groups, higher when BOO was associated to DU (p = 0.037). In both groups no statistical difference was documented regarding improvement of IPSS median score (p = 0.68), median peak flow (p = 0.052), and PVR/PVR ratio (p = 0.49). Subjective satisfaction was high in both groups. Patients’ characteristic and outcomes are reported in Table 1 and 2. INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS TURP in patients with detrusor underactivity lead to a significant improvement in all functional outcomes. Significant improvements were achieved in both obstructed and unobstructed males, and patients with DU and BOO had better results but with no statistical difference. Moreover, subjective satisfaction was high in both populations. CONCLUSIONS This study shows that the lack of BOO in patients with detrusor underactivity should not be excluding from surgical indications.
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