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Prostrate tumour and cancer
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Prostrate tumour and cancer

This article contains the details about the prostrate cancer and tumour for you knowledge and doing the needful. The anatomy of prostrate, its embryology, endocrinology, factors responsible for its growth, investigation, treatments, types- everything are described herein for your convenience and follow up.

Surrounding the first part of urethra, prostrate is composed of glandular tissues in a fibromuscular Stroma, measuring in 3 cm and vertical diameter, 4 cm transversely at the base and about 2 cm anterior-posteriorly. It’s conical somewhat in shape. It is parched with its base upwards and the top downwards. It has a posterior and anterior and two inferolateral walls.
 
The point to be noted here is that adenoma (the benign tumour) doesn’t occur in the posterior lobe but this lobe is always the inhibiting place of carcinoma. Adenoma generally comes in on the lateral and medium lobes. 
 
So far its embryology is concerned; prostrate tumour grows in the third month with numerous outgrowths from the proximity of urethral parts.

Prostrate Tumour:
 
Prostrate tumour (BPH- Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy) is a disease which commonly makes the aged its victim. Our elders suffer from this in their old ages bearing the brunt of its troublesome impacts. It generally rears its heads after the 50 years of ages. By the time persons reaches 80 years of ages, about 75-80 % of them become its victim. 

Causes of the prostrate tumour: 

There are increases in the size of prostatic cells due to the increase in estrogens hormones,
Racial factors,
Inflammation ( due to the regular burning sensation in the urinary tracts),
Arteriosclerosis.
 
Diagnosing the prostrate tumour:
 
Urine coming in intermittent droplets,
Difficulties discharging urine,
Desire to urinate oftenly,
Inabilities to hold on the urination for longer 9urgency),
Retention of urine,
Pain due to holding on to the urination,
Renal failure with uraemia.
 
Investigating the prostrate tumour:
 
Blood Tests,
Increased blood urea NPN, 
Anaemia, 
S Creatinine, 
Urine analysis, 
LFT, 
X-Ray of abdomen, 
USG, 
Biopsy and
IVP.

Prostatic cancer is generally the cancer affecting the males. It mostly happens in the persons above the 65 of years. 


Types of prostrate cancer:
 
Spheroidal-cell adenocarcinoma.
Scirrhosis carcinoma,
Anapaestic thyroid cancer.
 
Symptoms of tumour:
 
Group: ‘A’- No symptoms Latent Group,
Group: ‘B’- Incidental Group-BPH Histology shows malignancy,
Group: ‘C’- Clinical Doubtful Group- Frequency of urine, Dysuria, Urgency, Haematuria: Retention of Urine.
Group: ‘D’- The clinically bovine groups, prostatism, haematuria, retention, P/R-Malignant prostrate are hard, nodular, little enlarged, with restricted mobility.
Group:’E’- Metastatic Group- distant multiple organs are involved.
 
Investigation:
 
Estimation of Serum Phosphatises.
acid phosphate,
Alkaline phosphatise.
Exfoliative cytology,
Cystoscopy,
Vesiculography,
Biopsy.
 
Differential diagnosis in BPH & Prostatic cancer:
 
BPH: 
Size: Size may be quite big, 
Consistency: It’s firm and elastic, 
Surface: Smooth, 
Middle sulcus between the two lateral lobes: well left, 
The Seminal vesicles: Feel normal 
The gap between the enlarged and prostrate and the lateral pelvic wall is
clear on both sides, 
The lateral mucous membrane moves free over the enlarged prostrate
 
Carcinoma of Prostate
Size usually is medium enlarged.
It’s hard.
Irregular and nodular. 
The sulcus is obliterated. 
Feel hard and irregular.
This gap obliterated by cancer. 
Adherent.
 
Homeopathic treatment of prostrate tumour:
 
Sabal Ser Q: This is a highly effective medicine from which about 60 % of the patients get cured up.
Solidago 2x: When the prostrate tumour is too old, feeling difficulties in urinating or obstructions in the urinary tracts.
Conium: This is effective in the older people for any type of perforations.
Digitalis: Using this medicine brings about beneficial results in case of heart disease along with the enlargements in the size of the prostrate gland.
 
Homeopathic treatment of the prostrate Cancer:
 
Chimaphilla Q: This is a extremely useful medicine for prostrate cancer. 
Kali Cyn: When the cancer is in advancing paces and when is pain. 
Crot. Hori: When there are symptoms of cancer with bleeding.
 
Conclusion with WARNING: 
Apart from the above mentioned medicines, there are several medicines for the diseases. It is warned not to use any of the above medicines on your own accord unless prescribed by registered Homeopathic practitioners. 
 

 

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