Advances in Urology / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Complications and Functional Results of Surgery for Locally Advanced Prostate Cancer

Table 2

Complication rates after open radical retropubic prostatectomy.

JoniauDillioglugil et al. [11]Hisasue et al. [12]Gaylis et al. [13]Maffezzini et al. [14]Lepor et al. [15]Lerner et al. [16]

Number of patients1394721231163001000812

cT1 % (pT1 %)020.344.743(0)78.50
cT2 % (pT2 %)072.755.357(66.4)21.30
cT3 % (pT3 %)1006.900(29.9)0.2100
Mean age (years)62.0636666.665.560.3

Mean operation time (min)105155
Mean blood loss (mL)558872600945

Mortality %0000.4
Rectal injury %0.70.64.90.90.30.51.8
Ureteral injury %00.20.80.30.1
Iliac vessel injury %01.1
Obturator nerve injury %0.70.21.60.3

Angor/myocardial infarction %0.71.70.60.4
Other cardiac complications %010.60.80.2
Pulmonary complications %03.80.1
Deep venous thrombosis/pulmonary embolism %02.30.83.40.30.34
Gastrointestinal complications %05.10.80.6
Neurological complications %1.41.50.2
Other infectious complications %04.70.80
Prolonged drainage (urine, lymph, blood) %3.62.88.920.70.8
Acute retention %00.62
Reintervention %01.70.5
Woundproblem %7.23.013.80.910.82.7

Anastomotic stricture at 12 months %2.913.80.719.2
Not dry (in need of pads) at 12 months %12.212.7201222.1

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