Mayo Clinic on Prostate Health

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Michael Blute
Mayo Clinic, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 193 pages
- A new glossary of terms
- Updated information on the PSA test
- New information on the drugs used for prostate illness
- The latest on the surgical techniques and experimental therapies for prostrate illness
- New information on the complementary and alternative therapies used for prostate illness
- New information on dealing with impotence and incontinence With easy-to-understand drawings and text, this book is a comprehensive guide to recognizing, treating, and living with prostate disease.

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JLm Prostate basics
Getting a prostate checkup
Noncancerous conditions

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About the author (2003)

DR. MICHAEL BLUTE, M.D., editor-in-chief, teaches and practices in the Urology Department at Mayo Clinic. A board-certified urologist since 1989, he is currently the chairman of the Urology Department. He is an active member of many committees at Mayo Clinic and has also served as president and secretary-treasurer of the Executive Committee of the Minnesota Urological Society. He lives and works in Rochester, Minnesota.

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