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Prostate information including the stages of an enlarged prostate. Features video clips from those who have experienced the condition.

ABC of arterial and venous disease: Renal artery stenosis -- McLaughlin et al. 3
Renal artery stenosis is becoming increasingly common because of atherosclerosis in an ageing population. Patients usually present with hypertension and varying degrees of renal impairment, although silent renal artery stenosis may be present in many patients with vascular disease. STD Symptoms
Reviews the symptoms of common STDs, like chlamydia, genital herpes, gonorrhea, and syphilis.

Adrenal Surgery : Article by Brian J Miles, MD
Adrenal Surgery - Tumors of the adrenal cortex are reported in 2% of all autopsies, with the most common lesion being a benign adenoma. The common, major pathologic entities of the adrenal gland that require surgical intervention are primary hyperaldosteronism (ie, Conn syndrome), Cushing syndrome, pheochromocytoma, neuroblastoma, and adrenocortical carcinoma. However, many adrenal glands are removed en bloc as part of a radical nephrectomy for renal cell carcinoma. Rarely, metastatic adrenal lesions necessitate adrenalectomy, and reports exist of adrenal excision ...

Alport Syndrome
Alport Syndrome (AS) is an inherited disorder of the basement membranes of the kidney, eye and ear. People who inherit defective genes for the "collagen" proteins in these basement membranes may develop progressive loss of renal function, deafness and abnormalities of the eye.

Amyloidosis and Kidney Disease
One common sign of kidney amyloidosis is the presence of abnormally high levels of protein in the urine, a condition known as proteinuria. Healthy kidneys prevent protein from entering the urine, so the presence of protein may be a sign that the kidneys aren't working properly.

An Hpv, Genital Warts Pictures Info Site
A comprehensive genital warts and hpv information site with relevant genital warts pictures and hpv pictures to help better understand the symptoms, causes, treatments and much more.

Anal fistula
A patient who feels ill and complains of chills, fever and pain in the rectum or anus could be suffering from an anal abscess or fistula.

Analgesic Nephropathy (Painkillers and the Kidneys)
Analgesic Nephropathy (Painkillers and the Kidneys)

Anemia in Kidney Disease and Dialysis
Anemia is common in people with kidney disease. Healthy kidneys produce a hormone called erythropoietin, or EPO, which stimulates the bone marrow to produce the proper number of red blood cells needed to carry oxygen to vital organs. Diseased kidneys, however, often don't make enough EPO.

If you just got herpes, know that you're not alone. About 20% of the population have genital herpes and 90% have oral herpes (cold sores). If you are looking for herpes information, this is the right place.

Artificial Urinary Sphincter : Article by Jong M Choe, MD, FACS
Artificial Urinary Sphincter - A biological urinary sphincter prevents urinary flow by mucosal coaptation, compression, and pressure transmission. An artificial urinary sphincter (ie, AMS 800) mimics the biological urinary sphincter by providing a competent bladder outlet during urinary storage and an open unobstructed outlet to permit voluntary voiding. An artificial urinary sphincter is the only device that most closely simulates the function of a biological urinary sphincter. Recent advances in mechanical design, applications of new technology, and lessons learned from ...

Aspirin May Cut Enlarged Prostate Risk
An enlarged prostate is almost a rite of passage for men as they age, but a daily aspirin may cut the risk of this common problem.

Augmentation Cystoplasty : Article by Alan J Iverson, MD
Augmentation Cystoplasty - Augmentation cystoplasty is a surgical procedure used in adults and children who lack adequate bladder capacity or detrusor compliance. Decreased bladder capacity or abnormal compliance may manifest as debilitating urgency, frequency, incontinence, recurrent urinary tract infections (UTIs), pyelonephritis, or progressive renal ...

BPH Channel - Urology
BPHChannel is your source for information on Benign prostatic hyperplasia. Issues concerning BPH are all covered here.

Balanitis / Balanoposthitis
Beschreibt die Entz√ľndung der Eichel mit Informationen zur Ursache, der m√∂glichen Beschwerden und den Behandlungsformen.

Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy Factsheet
Describes cystoscopy, surgery, and nonsurgical management.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
This site looks at the best evidence we can find on BPH, mainly through systematic reviews. Sponsorship to expand and maintain it would be welcomed.

Birley: Management of Recurrent Balanitis
Objective - To evaluate clinical features and diagnostic investigations in patients with recurrent or unresponsive balanitis in order to institute rational management

Bladder Cancer : Article by Gary David Steinberg, MD
Bladder Cancer - Bladder cancer is a common urologic cancer. Most cases in the United States are transitional cell carcinoma (TCC), often described as polyclonal field change defects. Urothelium in the entire urinary tract may be involved, including the renal pelvis, ureter, bladder, and urethra.To predict the clinical course of the disease and to determine the appropriate treatment, bladder cancer is categorized as low grade or high grade and as superficial or muscle invasive. Newer molecular and genetic markers may ...

Bladder Control for Women
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the causes, symptoms, and treatments for bladder control problems in women.

Bladder Stones : Article by Joseph Basler, MD
Bladder Stones - Bladder calculi are an uncommon cause of illness in most Western countries, but they result in specific symptoms and are a significant source of discomfort. This article discusses the diagnosis and current management techniques for vesical calculus ...

Bladder Trauma : Article by Jong M Choe, MD, FACS
Bladder Trauma - Bladder injuries occur as a result of blunt or penetrating trauma. The probability of bladder injury varies according to the degree of bladder distention; therefore, a full bladder is more likely to become injured than an empty one.Although uniformly fatal in the past, a timely diagnosis with appropriate medical and surgical management now offers an excellent outcome. Early clinical suspicion, appropriate and reliable radiologic studies, and prompt surgical intervention, when indicated, are the keys to successful ...

Bowel Program in SCI
This section will help you understand the bowel program that has been developed for you. Following is an illustration of the gastrointestinal tract and a brief discussion of the normal digestion and bowel movement processes.

Canadian Chronic Prostatitis Research Foundation
Disseminates information about the symptoms and possible treatments for chronic prostatitis, and promotes research into its causes and cures.

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