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Prostate cancer begins when cells in the prostate gland start to grow uncontrollably. The prostate is a gland found only in males. It makes some of the fluid that is part of semen.

The prostate is below the bladder and in front of the rectum. The size of the prostate changes with age. In younger men, it is about the size of a walnut, but it can be much larger in older men.

Just behind the prostate are glands called seminal vesicles that make most of the fluid for semen. The urethra, which is the tube that carries urine and semen out of the body through the penis, goes through the center of the prostate.


(Complete Spectrum From Diagnosis To Treatment)

PSA screening has induced a significant downward migration in age and stage (both clinical and pathologic) at diagnosis. Early prostate cancer can be cured surgically.



  • TRUS (Trans Rectal Ultrasound)
  • TRUS Biopsy (Trans Rectal Ultrasound Guided Biopsy)
    • Biplanar probe for accurate diagnosis
    • Increases grade concordance
    • Frozen Section
  • MPMRI | PET Scan | Nuclear Scan
    (Whole body scan, bone scan)


Localized prostate cancer


  • Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy
  • IGRT (Conformal Radiation)

Results: 100% disease specific survival rate@ 5 years

Localized advanced prostate cancer

  •  Trimodal therapy
    • Surgery | Radiation therapy | CAB
  • Brachytherapy

Metastatic prostate cancer clinic

  • Bone management
  • Obstructive uropathy management
  • Anemia management
  • CRPC management

LAPAROSCOPIC RADICAL PROSTATECTOMY  (Minimally Invasive Surgical Treatment for Prostate Cancer)

It involves a few key hole incisions in order to remove the whole prostate. Radical
Prostatectomy is the gold standard for treatment of prostate cancer.


  • Less blood loss
    • Blood loss and transfusion rates are generally lower
    • compared with open surgery.
  • Less operative time.
  • 24 hour hospital stay
  • Early removal of catheter
  • Resumption of normal activity within one to two
    • weeks after operation
  • High continence rate .
    • Excellent postoperative urinary continence is routinely achieved afterlaparoscopic radical prostatectomy, due to limited trauma to the periurethral
      striated sphincter in addition to the ability to reliably accomplish atensionfree,
      watertight anastomosis.
  • Less erectile dysfunction
    • Stage- and risk-stratified positive surgical margin and early biochemical
      free recurrence
  • Rates appear to be comparable in open and laparoscopic cases