Findings include poor emptying of the bladder, varying degrees of thickening and trabeculation of the bladder wall and indentation of the bladder base ( Fig. 16.2 ).
Over time, chronic obstruction of urinary outflow as a result of BPH can cause bladder hyperplasia, trabeculation and, eventually, decompensation. 23 The syndrome of BPH is
Transabdominal ultrasound scan images reveal obvious intravesical enlargement of the enlarged median lobeof the prostate.