Surgery to remove the entire prostate or remove part of it to treat cases that affect the prostate by traditional surgery or by endoscopy.
Why is the prostate removed?
There are some pathological cases that affect men that require surgery to remove the prostate. The most famous of these cases is localized cancer.
The eradication process is by minimally invasive endoscopic or traditional surgery by making a surgical incision in the lower abdomen.
Sometimes simple surgery is chosen for people with large prostate enlargement or severe urinary symptoms, and this procedure allows for long rest and getting
rid of urinary symptoms that affect the prostate.