Men's health features
The PSA controversy: is overtreatment a price worth paying for earlier diagnosis?
Burning questions on...2-4 Pain Management: Part 2
Case Discussions: Chronic scrotal pain
Cancer Survivorship - The importance of ongoing care - Part 1
Fasting and health during Ramadan
Pain Managment: Part 1
The ‘win-win’ of addressing ethnic diversity
As we explore, in this issue, the health needs of those observing the Ramadan fast (see page 22), Professor Raj Bhopal, an internationally recognised expert on health issues in ethnic minority communities, argues that increased consideration of health variations in these groups will yield beneﬁts to all patients.
Case discussion: Acute scrotal pain in young men
Acute scrotal pain is distressing for patients and their parents, and its presentation is a concern to the non-urologist. While the ultimate goal is to exclude acute torsion and avoid testicular loss, a careful history and thorough clinical examination may prevent unnecessary hospital referral. Here, the authors explore the lessons from three case scenarios.
Cancer - A changing landscape for the GP
In the ﬁrst of a major series looking at the evolving role of general practice within the cancer patient journey, specialist GPs Steven Beaven and Bridget Gwynne set the scene with an overview of cancer from a primary care perspective. Here, they examine changes in cancer incidence and survival, explain the concept of “overdiagnosis” and highlight the beneﬁts of early diagnosis.