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Table 5 Distribution of prostate volume, Q max and PVR among different grades of IPP and their correlation with IPP

From: Correlation of intravesical prostatic protrusion with severity of lower urinary symptoms among patients with benign prostatic hyperplasia

Variable IPP, number (%) Correlation with IPP
Grade I Grade II Grade III Total rs* P value
Prostate volume
 < 40 g
40– 100 g
 > 100 g
26(15.6%)
36(21.6%)
0
4(2.4%)
13(7.8%)
4(3%)
20(12%)
48(28.7%)
16(9%)
50(29.9%)
97(58.1%)
20(12%)
0.328 0.000
Q max
 < 10 ml/s
10–15 ml/s
 > 15 ml/s
20(12%)
14(8.4%)
28(16.7%)
9(5.4%)
0
12(7.2%)
48(28.7%)
26(15.6%)
10(6.0%)
77(46.1%)
40(24%)
50(29.9%)
− 0.291 0.000
PVR
 < 50 ml
50–199 ml
 ≥ 200 ml
40(24%)
14(8.4%)
4(2.4%)
13(7.8%)
6(3.6%)
2(1.2%)
26(15.6%)
40(24%)
18(10.8%)
83(49.7%)
60(35.9%)
24(14.4%)
0.422 0.000
  1. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level
  2. rs*: Spearman’s correlation coefficient