Should Baseline PSA Testing Be Performed in Men Aged 40 to Detect Those Aged 50 Or Less Who Are at Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer?(Original Articles) (Clinical Report)

Should Baseline PSA Testing Be Performed in Men Aged 40 to Detect Those Aged 50 Or Less Who Are at Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer?(Original Articles) (Clinical Report)

Although prostate specific antigen (PSA) screening of asymptomatic men aged 50-75 years may reduce the prostate cancer mortality by at least 20%, there is concern about the high rate of overtreatment. (1) The risk of overtreatment is increased in older men with less aggressive cancer. In men younger than 50 years–especially those with high-risk prostate […]

Routine Pre-Admission Screening for a Medical Illness in Aggressive Patients Who Required Sedation in the Emergency Department--Necessary Or Not?(Report)

Routine Pre-Admission Screening for a Medical Illness in Aggressive Patients Who Required Sedation in the Emergency Department–Necessary Or Not?(Report)

Aggression is defined as any verbal, non-verbal or physical behaviour that threatens or harms others or property. (1) Aggression can be a symptom of a psychiatric illness or a medical illness. (2,3) Psychiatric symptoms can be caused by a medical illness, (4-8) occur coincidentally with a medical illness (7,9) or be a consequence of a […]

Aggressive B- Cell Lymphoma, An Issue of Hematology/Oncology Clinics of North America, E-Book

Aggressive B- Cell Lymphoma, An Issue of Hematology/Oncology Clinics of North America, E-Book

This issue of Hematology/Oncology Clinics will cover aggressive B-Cell Lymphoma and articles to be included are: State of the art therapy for advanced stage DLBCL; DLBCL: Should limited stage patients be treated differently; Role of PET in DLBCL; Management of relapsed DLBCL; The spectrum of double-hit lymphoma; Optimizing outcomes in primary mediastinal B cell lymphoma; […]