Aquablation preserves antegrade ejaculation in men with large prostate glands


“The majority of treatments out there don't allow the maintenance of ejaculation after surgery, whereas here, we're at 90% for the small glands…[and at] 81% [for] the men who had prostates above 80 grams,” says Naeem Bhojani, MD, FRCSC.

In this video, Naeem Bhojani, MD, FRCSC, and David-Dan Nguyen discuss the background and findings of the study, “WATER vs WATER II: Three Year Comparison of Aquablation Therapy for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia,” presented at the 2021 American Urological Association Annual Meeting. Bhojani is a urologist at CHUM Research Centre and an associate professor in the departments of surgery and social and preventative medicine at the University of Montreal, and Nguyen is a medical student at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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