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Prostatic diseases such as benign prostatic hypertrophy, more commonly known as BPH, often manifest as difficulties with urination.
BPH primarily affects men over the age of 40, of all races and ethnic backgrounds. In fact, approximately 80% of men over the age of 70 have some degree of BPH. Fortunately, not all men will suffer bothersome symptoms. Currently, it is estimated that 25%-50% of men with an enlarged prostate have some degree of bothersome urinary symptoms and require some form of medical or surgical treatment.
The Brady Prostate Center is directed by Alexis E. Te, M.D. Our physicians provide quality care and new treatment options in the setting of clinical trials to patients with BPH.
For further information, please visit the BPH SECTION OF OUR DEPARTMENT WEBSITE.