Peyronie’s disease is a condition marked by penile curvature, indentation and loss of penile length upon erection.Read More »[Video] Treatment Options for Minor Peyronie’s Disease
Peyronie’s Disease has been around for centuries. In fact, whilst it was named after a French surgeon named François de la Peyronie in 1743, some descriptions of similar symptoms are recorded as far back as 1687. It’s, therefore, safe to say that this is an issue that has affected many men over the years. And the good news is, doctors have had plenty of time to come up with various Peyronie’s Disease treatments and solutions to tackle the problem.
Prostate cancer is the third most common cause of cancer death in Australia. Based on the findings of the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, an estimated 19,508 new cases of prostate cancer have been diagnosed so far in 2019, alongside an estimated 3,306 deaths due to the disease.Read More »Prostate cancer – when to be concerned and how to treat the disease?
Recently Doctor Katelaris was featured on the Health Matters podcast on 2GB, discussing Peyronie’s Disease.Read More »Dr. Katelaris on 2GB – Health Matters Podcast
An Informative Guide To Diagnosis of Bladder Cancer
Facing a bladder cancer diagnosis is tough. Receiving a cancer diagnosis is likely to leave you dealing with a complex state of emotions. But you definitely would not be alone.
In 2015, 2747 new cases of bladder cancer were diagnosed in Australia. Bladder cancer is common in people over 60, and is significantly more common in men than in women.
At Katelaris Urology, (we deal with a number of different treatment methods for bladder cancer.) Whilst we can’t wave a magic wand and make it disappear, we can help you through this difficult experience by giving you the right information to understand your situation and get you through to the next steps.
Bladder Cancer Symptoms
The most common symptom of Bladder cancer is blood in the urine, which occurs suddenly and is not generally painful. Other symptoms may be;Read More »What is Bladder Cancer? It’s Causes, Treatment & Diagnosis
What are the best medical treatments for early stages of prostate cancer?
Low grade prostate cancer
Low-grade prostate cancer is a very common occurence and does not need radical treatment. Men with low grade prostate cancer are placed into an active surveillance program whereby the PSA is monitored on a regular basis and from time to time a multi-parametric MRI scan performed.
High-grade localised prostate cancer
Depending on patient factors, men with high-grade localised prostate cancer will be treated with either radical prostatectomy surgery/prostate cancer surgery or radiation therapy. When the prostate cancer is diagnosed at an early stage and when it is confined to the prostate, there is a significant chance of cure.Read More »Prostate Cancer Stages & Medical Treatment
Penile curvature is much more prevalent among men than originally thought, suggesting that Peyronie’s disease is underdiagnosed, Australian researchers say.
Data from a population-based survery of 1782 Australian men, with a mean age of 55, found that 19% had penile curvature, which is more than double the previous estimate of 9%
The survey showed that the average age for the development of the condition was just over 42 years and that one in three men reported curvature equal to, or greater than, 30 degrees.
The psychosexual effects of penile curvature was also laid bare, with one in six men complaining of penile pain or discomfort when they had an erection and one in five men experiencing difficulty during penetrative intercourse.
The survey provides the first available population-based prevalence estimate for penile curvature, but the men were not asked whether they had been diagnosed with Peyronie’s disease.
The researchers, led by Brisbane urologist Associate Professor Eric Chung from the university of Queensland, said the incidence rate of Peyronie’s disease appeared to have risen in recent years “partly because more men are willing to come forward for treatment due to increasing awareness and less stigmatization”.
Given the high prevalence of penile curvature in this country, there is a need to raise awareness and implemented effective screening and treatment strategies,” the authors wrote.Read More »Penile Curvature ‘Affects One in Five’
Erectile dysfunction is a topic that can be difficult for many men (and women) to discuss.
But having the right knowledge and understanding of the issue as well as knowing how to spot erectile dysfunction symptoms is crucial to your well-being.
So to help make sure you have the right information and are able to identify when you need to seek help, here is some basic information about urology and erectile dysfunction.Read More »Substantial Warning Signs To Consider For Erectile Dysfunction
What is prostate cancer treatment?
Many men are diagnosed with localised prostate cancer, this is cancer that has not spread beyond the prostate gland.
There are 3 effective prostate cancer treatment and management recommendations:
Localised prostate cancer is managed by either:Read More »Different Types of Prostate Cancer Treatments