ASCO GU 2019: Quality of Life-Focused Decision-Making for Castrate-Sensitive Prostate Cancer
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Did You Know? Urology 101
So your doctor told you to see a urologist and you said “OK”, all the while you are thinking “What is Urology? Urology is a branch of medicine that deals with health issues of the male and female urinary tract, and the male reproductive system.
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Overflow Incontinence Overview
With overflow incontinence individuals do not feel the urge to urinate. The bladder never empties normally small amounts of urine are leaked on a nearly continuous basis. Overflow incontinence can be caused by weak bladder muscles or a blocked urethra. Overflow incontinence is prevalent in older men with an enlarged prostate and is rare in women.
HaysMed now sole St. Rose Health Center owner
As of July 1, Hays Medical Center, part of The University of Kansas Health System, is the sole owner of St. Rose Health Center The purchase includes the land adjacent to St. Rose to the east and west. “HaysMed will look to expand services, while evaluating campus expansion in the very near future,” said HaysMed CEO Dr. John Jeter. “We continue to evaluate all options, including the addition of hospital beds in Great Bend, and the site does lend the possibility of future expansion of the current facility.” Education will be a key component of St. Rose’s new relationship with HaysMed. “Our relationship with The University of Kansas Health System provides us access to the most current medical practices, which will enable St. Rose providers to stay up-to-date on the very latest advances…
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What to do about an inguinal hernia
An inguinal hernia refers to a weakness in the muscle or tissue wall within the groin area (lower abdomen and upper thigh). Since the hernia is an actual hole, soft tissue from inside the abdominal cavity will protrude to the outside, resulting in a bulge. Symptoms of an inguinal hernia are often mild, and include a sharp pain or dull pressure and a sensation that something is sliding or popping in and out of the body. The soft tissue that protrudes through the hernia is usually the small or large intestine. If the intestine protruding through becomes trapped (incarcerated), it may result in increased pain. If blood is not able to get to the trapped portion of intestine, gangrene may develop, requiring emergency surgery. Patients with an incarcerated inguinal hernia will find the…