Prostate Assessment Protocol

There are risk factors such as:

  • Smoking
  • Obesity
  • Diabetes

Among others. 


For prevention, diagnosis, and treatment:

1. Consult the urologist after the age of 35 periodically (every six months or once a year)

2. Depending on the doctor and the patient, tests such as digital rectal examination is needed.

3. Prostate-specific antigen testing is necessary.

4. Go to the urologist for laboratory interpretation.

5. If the results are abnormal and the doctor considers it appropriate, an ultrasound is performed.

6. A biopsy may be necessary, depending on each case. Ultrasound-guided biopsies can be performed with excellent results and with local anesthesia so that patients have minimal discomfort.

Our Doctors

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Dr. Raúl Medina Mireles

Radiology and Imaging

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Dra. Aliety Taymi Domínguez Ruiz

Radiology and Imaging

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