GreenLight laser surgery is a new treatment for enlarged prostate. Men no longer have to suffer through invasive surgery and very long recovery times.
GreenLight Laser surgery uses laser pulsing technology. The green light is absorbed into the prostate tissue, and quickly vaporizes the tissue. The doctor can accomplish this with very little blood loss.
This means less blood loss, and shorter catheter time.Most patients will go home the same day. The patient will recover fast with a good flow and a very little discomfort.
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Sentara Green Light Laser Therapy for Enlarged Prostate
Roughly half of all men over sixty will develop the prostate condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH where the prostate enlarges, pressing on the urethra and obstructing the flow of urine. This is not prostate cancer but is a consequen…
Patients interested in learning more about a new, minimally invasive treatment for an enlarged prostate can attend at a free seminar given by Sentara board-certified urologist, Dr. Gregg Eure, with Urology of Virginia, on Dec.
Greenlight XPS 180W Prostate Laser Treatment of Male BPH (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia)
The following video highlights the benefits and techniques of the newest generation 180W Greenlight XPS laser system for the management of male BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia). Previously, TURP, a procedure in which an electrical loop is used to c…
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Learn more about Greenlight Laser Therapy as a treatment for the Enlarged Prostate in this video. It’s minimally invasive and very effective.
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If you have obstructive voiding symptoms (slow stream, hesitancy, getting up at night, stop start stream, decrease in caliber of stream) and want to do radiation as your treatment of your prostate cancer it is okay to have the …