Pictures of Prostate Cancer

Getting a detailed look at some pictures of prostate cancer can give you a better idea of what you're up against. A number of prostate cancer images have been compiled to aid in your education.

Digital Rectal Exam

A rectal exam is a common procedure your doctor may perform to look for prostate cancer warning signs.

Your doctor may feel for abnormalities such as size, hardness, and unusual bumps.

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Enlarged Prostate

If your prostate is larger than normal with no other problems (such as high PSA test results), you may have a condition known as benign prostate hyperplasia (BPH).

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As your prostate gland enlarges, urinating may become more difficult.

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Cancerous Prostate Gland

Differances in smoothness and texture between a normal prostate and prostate cancer.

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Prostate Cancer Pictures Cross Section

Cross section of a cancerous prostate gland.

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Pictures of Prostate Cancinoma Cells under Microscope

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Notice the differance between the healthy top image and cancerous bottom image.

Stages of Prostate Cancer

If you progress through the stages of prostate cancer, the cancerous cells will eventually take over more tissue around the prostate gland.

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Hopefully these prostate cancer pictures have given you a better idea of what the progression looks like.

There are a number of prostate cancer treatment options available to quickly and safely deal with the situation if it so arises.

After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, the statistics are promising afterwards for living a happy and long life.

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