Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is usually an adenocarcinoma. The symptoms are not usually available until tumor growth hematuria and / or obstruction causes pain. The diagnosis is suspected by a digital rectal examination or determination of prostate specific antigen (PSA) and biopsy-confirmed. Screening is controversial and should involve joint decision-making. The prognosis for most patients with prostate cancer, especially in localized or regional disease (usually before symptoms develop), very good. More men…

September 3, 2018

What is Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer, also called carcinoma of the prostate, is the development of cancer prostate. which ia gland i the male reproductive system. The prostate is  a compound tubuloalveolar exocrine gland  that is found in men. A healthy male prostate is slight large than a walnut, with an average of about 11 grams ranging from 7-16 grams in size. Most prostate cancers grow very slowly. There are some that grow fast. The…

November 2, 2014