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Synonyms for prostate

a firm partly muscular chestnut sized gland in males at the neck of the urethra

relating to the prostate gland


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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.
These diminish the action of 5 alpha-reductase enzyme3 and have a defensive role on the prostate gland.
As, dose dependent degeneration of prostate gland has been described following intraperitoneal kisspeptin treatment.
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.
To fully understand how zinc functions to prevent prostate cancer, we need to review the function of the prostate gland itself.
Volunteers can resume most everyday activities within days of the procedure, but it may take a few months for the prostate gland to completely heal, he said.
I know nothing about the prostate gland and how it might cause symptoms.
Dutch surgeons tested the drug or a placebo in 36 men undergoing removal of cancerous or seriously enlarged prostate glands.
He said experts now know that Proscar works only in men whose prostate glands are larger than those typically seen in the study.
Importantly, as with our ProVu System the Precision system also enables the treatment of prostate glands of various sizes and shapes.
In contrast, HIP1 was detectable in only 5 percent of healthy prostate glands.
After surgery to remove the cancerous prostate glands in these men, the researchers found that the tumors were smaller and the cancer had spread less in the patients getting lycopene, says Omer Kucuk, an oncologist at Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute in Detroit.
At the time, only milligram quantities were available, extracted from the prostate glands of sheep and humans.
If the swollen prostate gland presses against the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder out the body, the simple act of urination can become hit-or-miss or painful.
In fact, during the first quarter of 1997, the heart hospital performed three hernia repairs, no prostate gland procedures and five kidney procedures.
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