Gleason score tells how aggressive a prostate cancer is. It can affect the treatment – surgery, radiation or hormone therapy – that a doctor recommends. Jim (of JimJimJimJim.com) is not a doctor, but a man with a high Gleason score. Jim uses photos of real prostate cancer biopsy samples to give his understanding of Gleason […]
By MaleProstateHealth • January 5, 2017 • Comments Off on Saint Elizabeth Prostate Cancer CyberKnife
Dr. Yiee, Radiation Oncologist at Saint Elizabeth Cancer Institute, explains the benefits of treating early-stage prostate cancer with a radiation treatment called CyberKnife. It is non-invasive, which means there is no incision, blood-loss, pain or anesthesia.
By MaleProstateHealth • December 15, 2016 • Comments Off on Weill Cornell Robotic Prostatectomy: Nerve Sparing Prostate Cancer Surgery (3/6)
Surgical Footage and the Weill Cornell Athermal Robotic Technique. Nerve-Sparing Robotic Radical Prostatectomy. Part 3 of 6. email: email@example.com ******* The contents, such as graphics, images, text, quoted information and all other materials ("Content") are provided for reference only, do not claim to be complete or exhaustive or to be applicable to any particular individual's […]
By MaleProstateHealth • November 26, 2016 • Comments Off on Ejaculation after Prostate Surgery
Many men wonder about sexual function and ejaculation after prostate cancer surgery. Dr. Bryan Wong goes over what men can expect after surgery. Dr. Bryan Wong, M.D., is a specialist in genitourinary malignancies involved in clinical trials and the development of novel therapies to treat patients with cancer. Board certified in internal medicine, hematology and […]
"Surgical removal of the prostate can either be done with an open incision, as has been traditionally been done, or with a robotic approach." Dr. Tewari and Dr, Schlegel, of the Dept. of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, present the two main type sof prostate cancer surgery, as well as explaining the advantages/disadvantages […]
"The outcomes from surgical treatment of prostate cancer are dependent on the patient's age, on the extent of the tumor, and to some degree the experience and results that an individual surgeon gets." Dr. Schlegel, of the Dept. of Urology at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, explains common expectations for patients entering into prostate cancer […]
By MaleProstateHealth • October 31, 2016 • Comments Off on Radiation therapy for prostate cancer: What to expect
// Prostate cancer is the most common malignancy diagnosed in men in North America. Learn about radiation therapy and what to expect.
By MaleProstateHealth • October 30, 2016 • Comments Off on Prostate Cancer Symptoms
Download Treatment Guide here: Prostate cancer usually does not cause symptoms in the beginning stages. By the time symptoms do occur, the disease may have spread beyond the prostate. Symptoms of prostate cancer may include the following: urinary problems, such as not being able to urinate, having a hard time starting or stopping the flow […]
By MaleProstateHealth • October 5, 2016 • Comments Off on Diagnosis and Management of Erectile Dysfunction
The surgeons at Associated Urologists of Orange County include Dr. Garo Tertzakian, Dr. Matthew Greenberger, Dr. William Pearce and Dr. Stephen Williams. As the premier Urology practice in Orange County we specialize in prostate cancer, robotic and minimally invasive surgery and erectile dysfunction. To make an appointment for a consultation regarding prostate cancer and/or other […]
Dr Brian Steixner explains the erectile dysfunction after prostate cancer treatment Brian L Steixner M.D. is the Director of The Institute for Men's Health at Jersey Urology Group. He is a board certified urologist who specializes in all aspects of Men's Health with specialty focus on erectile dysfunction, penile implant surgery and sexual medicine. Website: […]