Monday, May 31, 2010

Some Basic knowledge about Prostate Cancer

You have just learned he has prostate cancer or know someone who has been diagnosed with it, you feel discouraged and angry.
However, this type of cancer can be treated and continue to live a normal and healthy.

Treatment of prostate cancer may vary according to disease progression, patients with physical condition and other factors. The first signs of prostate cancer can someone show me, a difficulty to urinate, which occurs because the prostate gland, which swells to a large extent. This frequency can be divided in for the night to urinate, interrupted urine flow and urine flow at all. It could also be blood in the urine, and a feeling of pain in the hip, back and pelvis. Another problem may occur in painful ejaculation.

A forecast for prostate cancer may also, if it is the first discovery of Caner or in case of recurrence from. Many types of laboratory tests to verify the presence of cancer cells. This is a rectal examination, or an ultrasound probe includes less annoying. Once you have been diagnosed, further tests are carried out to see if the cancer to other parts of the body before the final diagnosis and treatment can be given will be distributed.

The severity and stage of prostate cancer refers to the Gleason score, due to cancer, such as the tissue is determined, see under the microscope. If the score is low, it means that the tissue is normal and what is not so easily transferable. If it is high, but also the likelihood that the spread of cancer to be expected in other parts of the body.

This type of cancer is usually found in older men and are not standard treatment of surgery (in the lymph nodes removed), radiotherapy and hormone therapy. There are also new forms of treatment for prostate cancer are still in clinical trials, including chemotherapy, cryosurgery, biological treatment and a form of high intensity ultrasound.

When one of these symptoms that indicate cancer-related, could it would be advisable to consult with your doctor to ensure that when a prostate cancer detected early and treated appropriately.

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