Excerpt from The American Journal of Urology, Vol. 2: October, 1905 December, 1906
Another difficulty which is found in the treatment of the posterior urethra, although given by an experienced urologist with the irrigation method, is the production of prostatitis and Of epididymitis. Indeed, as Colombini 9 has stated, prostatitis, spermato-cystitis and deferentitis are without apparent symptoms and are Of frequent occurrence in the course Of gonorrhea.
In s'everal instances we have seen the patient a few hours after an injection suffer with unbearable pains in the prostatic region. The patient cannot lie down in bed or stand on his feet. The only desire he feels is to seat himself on the closet, believing that he must defecate. The micturition is quite frequent, the last few drops are accompanied with vesical tenesmus, and at the end of the act the patient does not experience relief.
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