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Polycystic kidney disease: What should we do?

For me as a urologist who’s dealing with kidney problems in every single day. There is one genetic-related kidney condition which happen in young population and always terrifying the one whom experienced, so-called “Polycystic kidney disease”. It is a state of several cystic lesions all over the kidney organ. Today, I will clarify everything youContinue reading “Polycystic kidney disease: What should we do?”

6 Modifiable risk factors on Prostate cancer prevention

Whereas the patients at my office asking lots on prostate cancer prevention so in this topic, I will show you the 6 modifiable risk factors prostate cancer prevention strategy that you may consider and try to make it possible for your own. But in the meantime, you must know that prostate cancer also mainly relatedContinue reading “6 Modifiable risk factors on Prostate cancer prevention”

Androgen deprivation therapy in advance prostate cancer patient

In this topic, we will remain focusing on an androgen deprivation therapy in advance prostate cancer patient. I have been practicing in Cambodia for more than 5 years. I was founding that the prostate cancer patients more likely getting higher rate in each year and more common for both local and foreigners, they have triedContinue reading “Androgen deprivation therapy in advance prostate cancer patient”

MRI Prostate result interpretation

Due to the medical concern and health promotion program very actively in Cambodia, lots of gentlemen more likely suspicious on prostate cancer will refer seeing me at the Urology office. In the past, when we suspected prostate cancer, we only have one method to recommend them; we always introduce them to do prostate tissue biopsyContinue reading “MRI Prostate result interpretation”

TURBT – Holmium laser en-bloc resection of the Bladder tumor (Ho-ERBT) in Cambodia

Since Royal Phnom Penh hospital is the first ever hospital in Cambodia which succeed preforming in Ho-ERBT operation, so this topic, I’m going to mention and classify over the Pros and the Cons of the Ho-ERBT. First, let’s start with endoscopic TUR-BT, which is the conventional operation in endoscopic bladder tumor removal. TURBT is abbreviation from “Transurethral resection of the bladder tumor”  The methodology of the conventional TURBT is passing the scope via urethraContinue reading “TURBT – Holmium laser en-bloc resection of the Bladder tumor (Ho-ERBT) in Cambodia”

Renal cancer biopsy: When and How?

Renal cancer is a silent cancer though but due to an increasing utility of ultrasonography and CT scan in routine over the medical checkup’s result in incidentally detected a small renal mass or (SRMs). The definition of SRMs is a solid kidney lesion which is less than 4 cm. These SRMs has 80% chance toContinue reading “Renal cancer biopsy: When and How?”

Radiation cystitis: Common bloody urination after pelvic radiation

Today we will discuss more clearly on radiation-induced bloody urination or “Radiation cystitis” in the medical term statement. There have been several patients came to see me at Urology office with the problem of bloody urine onset with history of pelvic radiation. This symptom always become a chronic issue and extremely affects patient’s quality ofContinue reading “Radiation cystitis: Common bloody urination after pelvic radiation”

Angiomyolipoma of the kidney: A common benign renal tumor

An incidentally finding kidney tumor which is very common at my urology office, that so-called Angiomyolipoma (AMLs) in medical term. This tumor mostly detected at health promotion clinic which is made the patients really concerned when their first met with me. And that is the reason that we are going to discuss today. First ofContinue reading “Angiomyolipoma of the kidney: A common benign renal tumor”

What should you do if you got a High PSA blood test?

PSA or Prostate-specific antigen is one of the most common laboratory tests included in elderly male health checkup package. Lots of gentlemen who get High PSA blood test will get more often to see me up at my office for counseling. In this topic, we’re going to discuss about what you should do when youContinue reading “What should you do if you got a High PSA blood test?”

Post TRUS – prostate biopsy patient’s instruction

In 1989, the first ever (TRUS) or Transrectal Ultrasound-Guided prostate biopsy was introduced to the world. Since then and now, the TRUS biopsy still the only way for the confirmation diagnosis of the prostate cancer while more than 4 million procedures are being performed worldwide through the years. In this content we’re going to discussContinue reading “Post TRUS – prostate biopsy patient’s instruction”

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