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Dogs with prostatitis

It's not exactly clear what led to the composition of this particular article, but here it is: dogs also get prostatitis. Do other mammals?…

Started by Arnon Krongrad, MD

5 Oct 16, 2012
Reply by Blake

Prostate drainage

Since we have the manila protocol Dr here on this forum I think we should ask this question. Does prostate drainage offer symptom relief? I…

Started by mike

31 Sep 29, 2012
Reply by Blake

Prostatitis After Gold Marker Implantation

A new study from Belgium shows a 20% risk of developing prostatitis after intra-prostatic placement of gold markers. Such markers are used…

Started by Arnon Krongrad, MD

0 Nov 7, 2011

Female Prostatitis

So normally we tend to think of the prostate as a male organ. The fact is that females have a homologue: The peri-urethral glands names aft…

Started by Arnon Krongrad, MD

0 Aug 4, 2010

Prostatitis prostate apperance

This is a weird question for Dr kongrad. Have you noticed that a Prostatitis patients prostate looks any different from other prostates wh…

Started by mike

1 Mar 5, 2010
Reply by Arnon Krongrad, MD

Standardize diagnosis

Would it be possible to define exatly "prostatitis" is ? Could we use the NIH classification? Thank you AEF

Started by Antonio E. Feliciano,Jr.MD

0 Aug 3, 2008

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