Turp Syndrome is a medical complication that can occur during prostate surgery. The complication occurs only in transurethral resection of the prostate, a specific type of prostate surgery. A sterile solution, which is low in sodium, is used during the surgery to prevent cancer cells from spreading through the body. If the solution enters the bloodstream in high concentrations, the patient develops hyponatremia. Symptoms of Turp Syndrome include disorientation, nausea, fatigue, seizures, and blindness. Turp Syndrome can be treated based on the level of sodium in the blood, and is diagnosed by a blood test.
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