About another risk factors 'Obesity: Obese men have a higher risk of getting more advanced and serious prostate cancer , Smoking: Smoking has been linked to increased risk of dying from prostate cancer, Chemical exposures: Chemicals exposure at workplace such as firefighters may increase their risk of prostate cancer , Inflammation of the prostate: Inflammation of the prostate gland
may be linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer.
The prostate gland
can be examined by a doctor feeling it through the front wall of the rectum.
Sleep deprivation is strongly associated with marked reduction in the levels of androgens2 but also leads to decrease in the weight of accessory sex glands especially the prostate gland
In a previous study, we have demonstrated that continuous kisspeptin exposure causes degeneration of prostate gland
as evidenced by increased tubular lumen and decrease in epithelial height and epithelial folds in the mucosa (Ramzan et al.
Methods: In this study 53 patients were evaluated at Fatima Memorial Hospital Lahore, who came with urinary retention due to enlarged prostate gland
as result of benign hyperplasia.
Direct prostate gland
biopsies most commonly occur with transrectal ultrasound (TRUS) guidance.
It's difficult for a man to find his own G spot or prostate gland
as the only way for him to feel this internal gland is through the anus.
The bulk of prostatic fluid is created in and secreted from the outermost region of the prostate gland
, the so-called "peripheral zone," which is also the source of most prostate cancer development and progression.
The report also indicates that of the cancer cases reported in Abu Dhabi, 20 per cent were cancer of the prostate gland
Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is an age-related enlargement of the prostate gland
The former Bond actor underwent a full removal of the prostate gland
and made a full recovery, but he says the experience changed him forever.
The male accessory sex glands of mammals include the prostate gland
, the vesicular glands, the glands of the ampulla and the bulbourethral glands.
Common prostate conditions can lead to urinary problems, inflammation of the prostate gland
, which in some can lead to cancer.
Objective: To examine the long-term survival of patients with localized prostate gland
carcinoma T1-T2, NO, MO (UICC stage I and II) compared to the normal population.
BPH is a condition in which an enlarged prostate gland
causes urinary symptoms such as discomfort, incontinence, incomplete voiding, and nocturia.