Prostate biopsy

What is Prostate biopsy?

Prostate biopsy is a procedure by which a small bit of prostatic tissue is taken out for histopathological examination. Trans-rectal is the common route of prostate biopsy.

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When should I start my enema before my prostate biopsy.

doctor1 MD

Brief Answer:
The night before

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

You can start enema one night before the actual date of prostate biopsy. Many a time we did...

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Hi my fathers prostate size is increasing so doctor suggest USG KUB where resuts showing no definite parenchymal infiltrates seen.However prostate...

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Brief Answer:
Follow the guidelines suggested below .

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Thanks for query .

Ultrasound Scanning of KUB of your 72 years old has...

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Will a prostate biopsy cause pain in my rectum and prostate and will i be allowed to take pain meds if so after the...

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Brief Answer:
unlikely to be painful

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Dear Sir,

In the majority of cases, the...

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