TURP syndrome

A 65-year-old patient comes to an urology outpatient clinic because of a progression of his micturition problems. He has been treated for benign prostatic hyperplasia with alfuzosin for some time. His chief complaints include a delayed need to urinate, intermittent and weak urination, frequent urination at night, incomplete voiding and an involuntary release of urine from an overfull bladder.
What tests will you choose to perform based on the history taken from the patient?
15 /min
76 /min
98 %
126/84 (98) mmHg
Medical history:
Past medical history: BHP, treated for about 3 years
Family diseases: father - hypertension, renal cell carcinoma, mother - rheumatoid arthritis, 2 children - healthy
Medication: alfuzosin 10mg PO once a day
Abuse: alcohol occasionally, coffee once a day, non-smoker
Allergies: None
Social history: lawyer, sedentary work, lives in a house with his wife
Urination - polakisuria, incontinence, nocturia, residual urine in the bladder
Other: normal, regular stools
Height: 175 cm, weight: 86 kg