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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 an over-reference on 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 doContinue 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”

MRI in prostate cancer detection: Do you get any benefits from it?

As I always told you in the beginning related to the prostate cancer, thing that I have mentioned to is, this disease more likely limited in aggressiveness. The patient’s pathogenesis will begin with a rising Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) blood test from the medical health checkup program that handled to Urology clinic to discuss about theContinue reading “MRI in prostate cancer detection: Do you get any benefits from it?”

Prostate cancer risk’s reduction by frequent ejaculation

Prostate cancer has been reported as the most common diagnosed in male malignancy worldwide, with more than 1 million newly diagnosed and also 400,000 deaths annually. Luckily that a majority of this cancer was a slowly growing type with limited aggressiveness. Prostate-specific antigen (PSA), still the physician’s primary weapon in screening prostate cancer due toContinue reading “Prostate cancer risk’s reduction by frequent ejaculation”

Kidney cysts finding from medical checkup: Do we need to take it seriously?

Because of the medical checkup has been promoted publicity and currently people they very significantly concern their health so much, consequently, health promotion center in the big hospital will in trend for now. Tons of patients coming for their medical health checkup regularly, ultrasonography of the abdomen is one of the modalities which included inContinue reading “Kidney cysts finding from medical checkup: Do we need to take it seriously?”

The reasons why Bladder tumor still recur after the completion of resection

There have been many patients at my clinic presented a bloody urination symptom and end up with the diagnosis of a “Bladder tumor”.  After a definite endoscopic surgery, I was always educated and explained patients that we still need to do the regular repetition on the endoscopic checkup for any possibly recurrence bladder tumor happens.Continue reading “The reasons why Bladder tumor still recur after the completion of resection”

5 Diets against prostate cancer

Several patients that I have met at my office, they are more likely loved to discuss about the dietary against the prostate cancer. Well, I just make an 2020 updated in order to response something that you have wonder in mind. Diets which have confirmed on protective effects Tomato – A tremendous study recently hasContinue reading “5 Diets against prostate cancer”

Bladder cancer, so do I?

Bladder cancer is the most common cancer in our urinary tract system. Blood in urine (Hematuria) without pain. In the classical normal appeared symptoms, there have been 2 major risk factors that could lead to the cancer. Smoking and Occupational exposure to certain chemicals. We will talk a little bit in detail about that. SmokingContinue reading “Bladder cancer, so do I?”

Should I go on the PSA screening test?

I have been practiced in Urology office so far. A simply consulting from the other departments is about-the references of total PSA value from the screening test which is considered 4.0 ng/mL as normal reference. This kind of problem made the patients suffered a lot, especially psychological harm and I spent a bunch times toContinue reading “Should I go on the PSA screening test?”

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