It is said that looking into the past can give us a glimpse into the future. Well, the ghost of Prostatitis past was a gruesome affair with techniques that would seem other worldly today. The following blog is a look back into the world of Prostatitis since the 18th century. A Brief History of Prostatitis in the 18th and 19th Centuries There are very early references pointing to Prostatitis being identified as a discrete pathological and clinical entity from the 18th century 1.
But it was not until that the first accurate description and pathology of Prostatitis was noted. Yes leeches.
The prostate gland is a small, walnut-shaped organ located at Author: Verneda Lights. However, these pouches can protrude without becoming infected. This is known. Gyakran visszatérő prostatitis esetén a frakcionált vizeletminta bakteriológiai tenyésztése javasolt.
Leeches were applied to the perineum between the testicles and rectumfrom the supra pubic region where pubic hair grows above the penis to the rectum and wait for it — internally on the surface of the prostate gland!
Dr Hughes identified a number of causes of acute inflammation of the prostate included gonorrhoea, gout, excess in venery sexual indulgence or onanism masturbationthe passing of instruments in to the bladder WTF! He also states that acute Prostatitis is most likely caused by gonorrhoea.
Sir Henry Thompsons treatment is the same as treating inflammation elsewhere in the body at this time in history — to make a small blister every 4 — 5 days on the perineum for a period chronic prostatitis symptoms mayo clinic weeks.
And wait for it — shockingly the application of an electric charge across the prostate gland was also used at the end of the 19th century! Hurry Fenwick notes 2 cases of Prostatitis where he has uses castration also known as orchiectomy or orchidectomy, is the removal of the testicle or testicles! Although there was shrinkage of the prostate noted symptoms still persisted in both cases 2.
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References Von Lackum W. Staff Meet. Mayo Clin.
Iii, 14 Fenwick E. Classification of prostatitis. J Urol ; Karl has a great understanding and level of empathy with his patients. I have not included them ALL here.
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