The Prostate Clinic Australia Gold Coast Urologist Video min - Preparation for Prostate Biopsy

A prostate biopsy is currently the only way to diagnose prostate cancer. The majority of men will have had a blood test (PSA) and a prostate examination. If either of these two tests are abnormal the next step is to obtain an image of the prostate using an MRI scan. This scan provides an internal…

Australian urologist, Dr. Charles Chabert, shares an overview about Prostate Cancer. He discusses the details of a prostate cancer dignosis, PSA, Gleason score as well as the clinical stages.

Interview with Dr. Charles Chabert – The Prostate Clinic We conducted this interview with Dr. Charles Chabert to get some insight into the new treatment. The effectiveness of it, processes and his feelings about it. What is Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BHP)? BPH refers to a benign enlargement of the prostate which is universal in all…

The US Food and Drug Administration recently approved Urolift, a new minimally invasive treatment for men who suffer blocked urine flow due to an enlarged prostate. The Urolift system is manufactured by NeoTract Inc., California, and is the first permanent implant to relieve partially or completely blocked urine flow in men aged 50 and over…

This guest blog post is written by Dr Nick Brook who is a Consultant Urologist and Director of Urological Cancer at the Department of Urology, Royal Adelaide Hospital. He is also a Clinical Associate Professor in Surgery at the University of Adelaide. His private practice is based in North Adelaide.  Inflatable penile prosthesis for erectile…

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