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One-third of people older than 60 have some loss of urinary control. Dr. Kevin Asher, MD is a board certified urologist, from Pioneer Valley Urology, with fellowship training in urologic oncology, shared more about urinary incontince and how Pioneer Valley Urology, P.C. can help.
New research which finds that invisible blood in urine may be an early warning sign of bladder cancer is likely to shape guidelines for clinicians.
A prominent Florida prostate cancer specialist is leading a groundswell of physicians and prostate cancer patients challenging the efficacy of a popular robotic surgical treatment marketed and promoted into near ubiquitous use in hospitals across the nation.
This clearly demonstrates a growing adoption and recognition of HIFU in treating prostate cancer and EDAP's ability to answer both urologist and patient needs with our unique full range of HIFU products, including Ablatherm-HIFU and Focal One."
Innate immune cell distribution in regenerating bladder tissue, showing elevated levels of CD68+ macrophages and MPO+ neutrophils The research group of Arun K. Sharma *, PhD has developed a system for patients with urinary bladder dysfunction that may protect them against an inflammatory reaction** resulting from tissue regeneration, which can ... (more)
Burnley MP Gordon Birtwistle and his fund-raising team hand over the new i 1 210,000 scanner which can detect ladies bladder scanner to Mohan Pillai and Shahid Islam at the Urology Unit in Burnley General Hospital.
They say knowledge is power, and a new UCLA study has shown this is definitely the case when it comes to men making the best decisions about how to treat their prostate cancer.
Here are some excerpts from some of the case files in the Department of Veterans Affairs inspector general's investigation: In late summer 2013, a man in his early 60s with heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and hepatitis B and C, had severely depressed cardiac function, indicating heart failure and increased risk for sudden death.
Not everyone can afford to go to the doctor for a check up or medical emergency.
It's the first of it's kind in north Iowa, now urologists are hoping this new device can help cancer patients get back on their feet much sooner.
Fewer men are being diagnosed with and dying from prostate cancer these days. While that is due in part to widespread awareness and better treatment, it is also the result of more judicious screening.
An East Devon company is about to make a big impact on the world stage as it launches into the Australian and New Zealand markets for the first time.
The elusive G-spot is a sex myth, says one Italian scientist, and not a magic button to turn a woman on.
Free Prostate Screening today from 3pm til 5pm at Texas Oncology Paris located at 3550 NE Loop 286 in Paris.
Updated: Mon Sep 01, 2014 01:19 pm
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