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Screening and early detection for prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer is the most common malignancy in men. Mortality due to prostate cancer has continued to increase over the past five decades despite all the different options of treatment at the disposal of the urologist, ...
Management and survival in advanced prostate cancer in Nairobi.
Objective: To evaluate the management and survival of patients with advanced prostate cancer in this locality. Design: A prospective case study. Setting: Kenyatta National Referral Hospital and the Nairobi and Mater ...
Objective: To carry out an overview of prostate cancer in indigenous back Africans in sub-Saharan Africa and blacks of African ancestry in diaspora. Data Source: Review of all published literature on prostate cancer on ...
Testicular Cancer in Nigerians
This is a report of prospective study of eight patients with testicular tumours seen at the Urology Unit of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital over a five-year period (1979-1983). The mean age was 32.7 years. Four ...
The management of early prostate cancer: a review
Objective:To carry out a review of the management of early (clinically localised) prostate cancer. Data Source: Review of all published literature on the management of early prostate cancer was carried out through medline ...
Nosocomial infection of the urinary tract: pattern of antibiotic use and drug resistance
Nosocomial infection of the urinary tract is a long standing problem that pre-dates the antibiotic era. Hospitals have remained veritable reservoirs of bacteria with increased numbers and types resistant to antibiotic ...
Cancer of the penis at Kenyatta National Hospital.
OBJECTIVES: To determine how common cancer of penis is in this locality compared to all other malignant tumours and urological malignancies, and to determine and comment on the various methods of treatment available at ...
Overview of prostate cancer in indigenous black Africans and blacks of African ancestry in diaspora 1935-2007
Objective: To carry out an overview of prostate cancer in indigenous back Africans in sub-Saharan Africa and blacks of African ancestry in diaspora. Data source: Review of all published literature on prostate cancer on ...
Management of carcinoma of the penis: a review
Partial penectomy is effective in the treatment of T1 and T2 penile carcinoma with 80% five-year survival rates in the absence of inguinal metastases, and the residual stump is serviceable for upright micturition and sexual ...
Urological footprints in Kenya 'that water may flow' : a story about male genital cancer and dysfuntion
(University of Nairobi, 09-10-03)
The research focuses on genetal cancer, the most common cancer for men in Africa