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Men’s Health Month: Urology

By: Dr. Sheldon Axelrod | Urology Common Reasons Why Men See Urologists Problems with urination: slowness of stream, post void dribbling, urinary frequency and urgency.  These are very common symptoms especially in men over age 50.  This is usually related to benign growth of the prostate (BPH).  There are a variety of way to treat […]

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Problems With Your Prostate?

UroLift®& UroNav Offer New Advances for Prostate Health   June is Men’s Health Month. This awareness month highlights the importance of preventative healthcare and appropriate screenings and checkups specific to men to maintain overall health and long-term well-being.

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CareMount Medical Offers Innovative Urologic Treatments for Male Patients 

CareMount Medical’s Urology Department Among the First in the Region to Introduce the UroLift® System and the UroNav Fusion Biopsy System 

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Prostatitis, Diagnosis & Treatment

By David S. Breslin, MD FACS | Urology  WHAT IS THE PROSTATE? The prostate is usually described as a walnut-sized gland that is situated below the bladder, surrounding and comprising the upper portion of the urethra, and responsible for producing the seminal fluid, in which the sperm are suspended during ejaculation. Physicians can examine the prostate […]

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Stay Informed about Prostate Cancer for Men’s Health Month

By Sheldon L. Axelrod, MD | Urology  This month is Men’s Health Month, and there’s no better time to learn about prostate cancer, the second most common cancer in men in the U.S. after skin cancer. Prostate cancer is a serious disease, but with education, early detection and careful management, the vast majority of men with […]

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The Value of PSA Testing in Men

Of all the medical controversies that have received significant media attention within the last year, the value of PSA testing in men without symptoms certainly ranks near the top of the list.   Recently U.S. Preventative Services Task Force recommended against PSA based screening and then an American Urological Association panel changed its guideline recommendations stating […]

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