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Combined hormone and radiotherapy treatment in local treatment and biochemical recurrence of prostate cancer

Radiotherapy (RT) is an alternative treatment for localized prostate cancer (PC) with the same cure rates as radical prostatectomy (RP). Radiation dose is directly related to disease control; however, toxicity is a limitation. Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) has a cytotoxic effect on tumor cells, which associated with RT has a synergistic effect, increasing sensitivity to …

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EAU Guidelines on Testicular Cancer

In managing Testicular Cancer, careful staging at diagnosis, early treatment, rigorous follow-up and salvage therapies are critical to successful outcomes. Check the #EAUGuidelines on disease management for Testicular Cancer with this #EAUUrologyCheatSheets

Sexually Transmitted Infections: urethritis

Urethritis has many causes, but sexually transmitted infections such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, ureaplasma, HSV and trichomonas are the most common. Urethritis can be passed through vaginal, oral, and anal sexual contact. This includes both penetrative sex and sexual activities where there is an exchange of body fluids or skin-to-skin contact.  If urethritis is treated early, there are usually …

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Prostate Cancer: Double VS triplet therapy in mHSPC

In recent years, different combinations of #systemictherapy for metastatic hormone-sensitive #prostatecancer (mHSPC) with doublet and even triple therapy have been introduced with different results in clinical trials. Do you want to know more about Doublet or Triplet Therapy? Don’t miss this Urology Cheat Sheet! Thanks to Janssen España @JanssenESP for making it possible!

EAU Guidelines on Thromboprophylaxis

About #Thromboprophylaxis, 50% of major bleeds occur between surgery and the next morning and ~90% during the first four post-surgical days. Review the #EAUGuidelines with this #EAUUrologyCheatSheet!

EAU Guidelines on Paediatric Urology

Review the Paediatric Urology #EAUGuidelines on Testicular Tumours in Prepubertal Boys, Hydrocele and Acute Scrotum with this Urology Cheat Sheet!

Penile extender

A penile extender is a non-invasive external medical device that acts as a mechanical traction device, stretching the penis in a flaccid state. There is scientific evidence of its use for penile enlargement, in the treatment of Peyronie’s disease and before placement of a penile prosthesis. Its use is safe, with low rates of adverse …

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