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Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer - How to prevent?

Prostate Cancer - Diagnosis

​The prostate is located in front of the rectum. It can therefore be examined with a gloved finger in the rectum by a doctor. Apart from physical examination, blood tests (Prostate specific antigen or PSA) help to diagnose prostate cancer. To confirm prostate cancer, small pieces of tissue from the prostate gland are removed, and examined under the microscope. In order to find out the extent of prostate cancer, CT or MRI scans are performed. A bone scan is also done to see if the bones are affected as this is the most common site of spread. 

Prostate Cancer - Preparing for surgery

Prostate Cancer - Post-surgery care

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