Chronic Inflammation of the Prostate

H. Thompson
1861 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
THE affection which I recognise under this title is by no means an uncommon one, even in its simple uncomplicated form-i; and when it appears as a secondarv condition to existing disease of the bladder and urethra, it is, unquestionably, one of frequent occurrence. Nevertheless, its existence is barely recognised by some wellknown writers on prostatic disease, and by some it is not even named. Chronic prostatitis is met with in tbree different phases; but the svmptoms and pathological
more » ... are much the same in each, and differ in degree rather than in kind.
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.28.29 fatcat:zm5e2enud5crbemxqrz377c7om