Dr. Daniele Minardi is a specialist in urology with 30 years of experience. In the year 1990, he has completed his specialization in Urology and went onto complete his Diploma in Endolaparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery in 1992 from the Polytechnic University of the Marches region in Ancona, Italy. In the year 1998, he completed his M.Phil. from University College, London. In 2013 he completed his training in laparoscopic and robotic surgery from Guy’s Hospital, King's College London.
Dr. Daniele has a keen interest in urologic oncology. Endourology, urodynamics, female urology, and functional urology, neuro-urology and neuromodulation, voiding dysfunction, andrology, robotic surgery, and laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery. In the year 1990, he started working as a teacher at the Polytechnic University of the Marches region and also as a consultant in urology at the Ospedali Riuniti of Ancona, Italy. For five years he has worked in London, UK at the Institute of Urology of the University College London and then at Guy’s Hospital. Apart from all these activities he has been invited to speak at more than 200 conferences. Dr. Daniele Minardi has also added to his credit a publication of more than 300 medical journals.
There are many options when it comes to the treatment of a kidney that fails to maintain normal function in the body. Kidney transplant surgery is one of the most successful ways to restore normal functioning of the affected kidneys as it allows for an access to greater freedom and a better quality of life.
A kidney transplant patient is more likely to enjoy bouts of energy and follow the less strict diet as compared to patients who choose an alternative treatment.
The kidney performs several important functions in the human body. Even slight damage to the kidneys can, therefore, cause a lot of problems. When the kidney is rendered incapable of its main function, that is, removal of waste products from the blood, a condition called uremia develops.
Unfortunately, the symptoms of this condition do not develop unless 90 percent of the kidney is damaged. This is the time when an individual would require a kidney transplantation surgery or dialysis to restore the normal functioning.
There are several other kidney diseases that warrant the need for a kidney transplantation. Some of these conditions include the following:
Some of the common symptoms observed in the case of kidney diseases include the following:
The prostate is a gland in the male reproductive system, which makes fluid that forms an essential part of the semen. Prostate cancer starts when cells of the prostate glands begin to grow abnormally
Prostate cancer is one of the leading cancers in men above the age of 60. In most of the cases, it is slow growing and may even go undetected and do not cause any problem. However, in some cases, it could be aggressive and cancer cells can spread to other parts of the body (metastatic prostate cancer)
Prostate cancer is a very slow growing disease and starts with tiny alterations in the shape and size of the prostate gland cells. The prostate cancer risk increases with age and it is rarely observed before the age of 40. That is the main reason why many men die of old age, without ever knowing that they had prostate cancer.
There is no direct prostate cancer causes. However, there are some factors that can increase the risk of prostate cancer, including the following:
Usually, prostate cancer means the cancer of prostate gland cells called prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PIN). Almost all the prostate cancers are adenocarcinomas, but there are some other types of prostate cancer as well, including the following:
Based on how abnormal the patterns of cancer cells look, prostate cancers are classified as:
There are no warning signs of prostate cancer. The symptoms of metastatic prostate cancer usually appear first in the region that the cancer cells have invaded.
After cancer causes the prostate gland to swell, the following signs of prostate cancer may be experienced:
In prostate cancer stages, the following symptoms may also be there:
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