Selective screening can help reduce mortality from abdominal aortic aneurysm among certain high-risk men aged 65 to 75.
Dr. Robert Princenthal will discuss benefits of and developments in MRI prostate imaging at annual conference hosted by the Prostate Cancer Research Institute.
Patients of Ventura County will benefit from shorter exam times, reduced radiation dose and improved image quality offered by 64-slice PET/CT
Prostate cancer takes an incredible toll on American men, yet awareness of basic prostate cancer facts is lacking.
Men diagnosed with prostate cancer face a difficult decision when it comes to making a treatment decision, with standard options including active surveillance or radical treatments, such as radical prostatectomy and radiation therapy. While radical prostatectomy and radiation therapy are appropriate and potentially life-saving treatment options in many instances, evidence suggests they are relied upon too often and that many men suffer from adverse effects resulting from radical treatments even when prostate cancer posed little threat to their lives.