- Medical Treatment of BPH
BPH is not necessarily progressive. Patients may present with varying degrees of irritative symptoms or in urinary retention.
Medical Treatment for Irritative Symptoms
1. Alpha-1 blockers.
These medications, such as Hytrin, Cardura, and Flomax, relax the smooth muscle in the prostate, allowing th…
- Male Impotence
Impotence, or erectile dysfunction, is associated with the following risk factors:
Radical pelvic surgery.
Peripheral vascular disease.
Surgical or pelvic trau…
Vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure used to provide birth control in men by disrupting each vas, thereby preventing sperm from being ejaculated.
Alternatively, contraception may be practiced through abstinence, a condom, the pill, an IUD, diaphragms, spermicides or a sponge.
The benefits of vase…
- Exclusive Medical Reports
Below you will find some PDF’s that have garnered National attention in the prostate cancer industry. You are encouraged to read through the articles and to discuss your specific treatment options with your doctor.
Below you will find some PDF’s that have garnered National attention in the …
- Urologic Oncology
Bladder Cancer and Urological Oncology
* Treatment Renal Pelvic and Ureteral Cancers
* Treatment Kidney cancers Adenocarcinoma of the kidney
* Treatment Metastatic renal cell cancer Prostate cancer
* Treatment Testis cancer
* Seminomatous tumors
- Mens Health
Men dealing with urologic conditions need a resource they can access to understand their diagnosis and the potential treatment options available to them. This page discusses many common male urological conditions, including:
Impotence: The inability to attain or maintain an erection is a condition …
- Meet the Surgeons
BSc, M.D., M.S., F.A.A.P., F.R.A.C.S., F.A.C.S.
Dr. Vorstman is Board Certified and a talented professional with vast surgical experience…
Which Prostate Cancers Need Treatment?
The PSA Biomarker for Prostate Cancer
Imaging, MRI Prostate Cancer Detection and Targeted Biopsy
Prostate Cancer Focal Therapy
Why Robotic Prostatectomy is NOT for you
Seek Assistance and Assessment About Prostate Cancer
How to Control Drug P…
- Prostatic Specific Antigen (PSA)
The PSA is a protein produced by epithelial cells of the prostate and can be measured in the blood and used as a tumor marker.
The total PSA (tPSA) is considered normal if less than 4ng/ml but it is not a reliable indicator of presence or absence of prostate cancer.
An abnormal tPSA should always be…
Male Stress Urinary Incontinence
This type of incontinence in men is seen mostly after previous prostate surgery and particularly after radical prostatectomy for cancer.
In some men this urinary leakage can be temporary after their surgery. However,stress urinary incontinence will remain permanentl…
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