For Prostate Cancer Treatment, we have two types of surgeries one is Robotic & Laparoscopic Radial Prostatectomy & another one is Laser Channel Prostatectomy. Prostate Cancer does not cause symptoms. As cancer grows, you may have trouble urinating.
TURP—Removal of enlarged prostate ( Prostate Cancer Part) using a scope passed through urethra using electric in a piecemeal
Thulium laser vapoenucleation of prostate (THUVEP)/ Thulium laser prostatectomy, advantages over
- Less bleeding: Feasible on high risk- cardiac patients- on antiplatelets- No need for stopping
antiplatelets, coagulopathy, chronic kidney Diseases etc.
- Negligible risk of TUR syndrome- Because of use of normal saline & faster procedure- useful for
High risk patients, cardiac, Pulmonary, CKD etc.
- Can avoid open prostatectomy in larger glands- Glands upto 300 grams can be removed.
- Less chance of urethral structure: Due to use of finer instruments-(21F), and less Friction &
Electric injury to urethra.
- Advanced Laparoscopic and Robotic Urological surgeries ( Adult & pediatric->3 months age)
- Uro-Oncology: Laparoscopic & Robotic simple/Radical/ partial/hemi Nephrectomy, Radical
Cystectomy, Radical prostatectomy.
- Reconstructive Urology: Lap & Robotic pyelopasty/Ureterocaly costomy, ureteric
reimplementation (+/- Tapering)—Non-Refluxing & Refluxing, VVF Repair.
Some men need to urinate often, especially at night. Others have pain or burning during urination, blood in the urine or semen, pain in the back, hips, or pelvis, and painful ejaculation
Prostate Problem Symptoms
- Pain urinating or ejaculating
- Fever and chills
- Pelvic pain
- Needing to urinate more often
- Cloudy urine
Prostate Cancer Treatment: Depending on each case, treatment options for men with prostate cancer might include:
- Observation or Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer
- Surgery for Prostate Cancer
- Radiation Therapy for Prostate Cancer
- Cryotherapy for Prostate Cancer
- Hormone Therapy for Prostate Cancer
- Chemotherapy for Prostate Cancer
- Immunotherapy for Prostate Cancer
- Treating Prostate Cancer Spread to Bones