Benign prostatic hyperplasia radiology
Among others the most frequent are the psychiatric symptoms. These symptoms are also the most frequent reasons of non-compliance and early cessation of treatment which can be avoided with rapid recognition and adequate treatment. Therefore, the early recognition of the psychiatric symptoms is of high importance.
They also present the evaluation method for the questionnaire, which makes the evaluation of the data easier for non-psychiatrist doctors as well. Between September and July all interferon treated patients who also had psychiatric consultation filled in the questionnaire.
The number of patients was Authors set up a decision-making algorhythm for the evaluation, so the non-psychiatrist doctors were able to judge whether a psychiatric consultation was needed as well as its urgency.
With the data of 26 interferon treated patients who all went through a psychiatric benign prostatic hyperplasia radiology during a 10 months period, authors discuss their first experience, going into details in the three false positive and the two false negative cases.
They also suggest to carry it further research with more patients to strengthen the results.