Suks Minhas
Princess Royal Hospital
Publications 65
INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES:Focal therapy (FT) has a low side-effect profile but there is uncertainty about its medium-long term cancer control compared to radical approaches. Both focal HIFU and focal cryotherapy are used in the UK based on cancer characteristics and location. We aimed to compare cancer control of FT with radical prostatectomy.METHODS:In line with NICE guidance, multicentre prospective cancer registries were used to review all consecutive men undergoing either focal HIFU (n=625...
Abstract Penile cancer is a rare urological malignancy. Diagnosis may be delayed, leading to more radical surgery and higher physical and psychological morbidity. In the last decade there has been a trend towards the use of penile-sparing surgery. We describe the contemporary role of organ-sparing techniques in the management of primary squamous cell carcinoma of the penis. In particular, we report on the oncological and functional outcomes described in the literature.