Rezum: Minimally invasive water vapor therapy for BPH

Rezum system, a novel ablative procedure in benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) was approved by US FDA since 2015. Currently, there are lots of scientific papers confirmed its pros on improving urinary symptom. We will discuss in detail about this cutting-edge technology. As we all know that benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH is one of theContinue reading “Rezum: Minimally invasive water vapor therapy for BPH”

Erectile dysfunction preventive strategy with physical activity

Erectile dysfunction issue is classified as one among the top-ranking topics in my Urology office. While this embarrassing problem severely upset for one whom experienced in this condition, as they always try their best to revive this vital organ from the illness. The most common and easiest recommendation from the physicians are just simple sentenceContinue reading “Erectile dysfunction preventive strategy with physical activity”

Asymptomatic bacteriuria: Who need to be treated?

Asymptomatic bacteriuria issue which is commonly the issue more likely in a pregnant woman have driving almost gynecologist annoyed. After they found out this problem the patients are always transferred to Urology office. However, this kind of problem is not more likely to be occurred only for pregnancy women, by the way, we will diveContinue reading “Asymptomatic bacteriuria: Who need to be treated?”

Sterile pyuria: General ideas and proper managements

Sterile pyuria is another common consultation in my Urology office. This condition always frustrated the patients as well as doctors while encountered this problem. Before the discussion on the etiology, we shall have known clearer on its definition first. Sterile pyuria is a combination words between “sterile” and “pyuria” Sterile – means no bacterial infectionContinue reading “Sterile pyuria: General ideas and proper managements”

Uric acid kidney stone: The only type of kidney stone which effectively treated by the oral therapy

This topic will focus on uric acid kidney stone. Since there are lots of patients asked me on, is there any effective oral therapy to resist kidney stone? The quickest answer is, yes! There is an option on oral therapy, but depends on type of kidney stone which you have suffered. The issue needs soContinue reading “Uric acid kidney stone: The only type of kidney stone which effectively treated by the oral therapy”

Paraphimosis: True Urologic emergency

The paraphimosis is one among another urologic emergency issue that I’ve been experienced frequently at the emergency room. It is a condition when the penile foreskin stuck behind the head of glans penis. It happens more frequently in uncircumcised gentlemen. Today we will talk more details on the etiology and the proper management of thisContinue reading “Paraphimosis: True Urologic emergency”

Circumcision Stapler: A better way for circumcision

Today, I’m going to introduce you a novel circumcision technique that’s so-called a Circumcision stapler. Circumcision operation is one of the most frequent operations I have ever done at Urology clinic. It has been reported on a significant decreasing risk of sexually transmitted disease such as genital ulcer disease, human papillomavirus (HPV) or even humanContinue reading “Circumcision Stapler: A better way for circumcision”

Testosterone replacement therapy: Head-to-head comparison

After patients have decided to start Testosterone replacement therapy via intramuscular injection route, then we go through this question “Which testosterone formula is suitable for individuals?” Today we will compare between 2 intramuscular injection preparation, Testosterone enanthate & Testosterone undecanoate. There are several literatures confirmed that the injection’s formula can improve both sexual behaviors andContinue reading “Testosterone replacement therapy: Head-to-head comparison”

Intermittent Testicular Torsion: Difficult clinical diagnosis

I have been seeing several cases related to the Intermittent testicular torsion’s patients throughout my practicing in urological.  Patients were always at the emergency room with a severe testicular pain. The pain was extremely bad, so bad to make patient couldn’t do anything besides laid down on the bed and sobbing to get help. First,Continue reading “Intermittent Testicular Torsion: Difficult clinical diagnosis”

HPV PCR in urine specimen: How much the detection rate?

Today, we are going to focus on HPV PCR urine test. It has been several years practicing here in Cambodia, there’re more patients being here at my urology office were seeking some advice on Human Papilloma virus infection issue or HPV. We are all known that this viral infection can leads to the following problems.Continue reading “HPV PCR in urine specimen: How much the detection rate?”

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