Wether it is a preventive medical checkup, unspecific discomfort or a diagnosed ailment that leads you to us, our goal is to always give you expert medical counsel and treatment.
Following this link you will reach an overview of our medical services.

High potential for cure through early detection
Early detection has the most impact on successful treatment of maligne diseases. All women und men 45 years or older should take advantage of early recognition measures. Modern imaging and laboratory procedures can help to detect early stage kidney, bladder or urinary tract ailments. Self observation ist also important for all ages: For instance testicular cancer does not beset only older men, most patients are between 25 and 35 years old.

Prostate carcinoma: The most frequent male cancer
With targeted preventive examinations, early stages of the illness can be detected and cured in over 70% of all cases. The earlier the recognition, the better the prospects for cure, and more importantly the gentler the treatment that might (may) be required. With early recognition the best prospects for cure are achieved, and more importantly, potentially gentle treatments may be possible.)

Protection maximized with minimal-invasive techniques

Today gentle forms of surgery used to treat benign diseases will avoid side-effects. For instance female inability to hold urine can be successfully treated on an out-patient basis, without an abdominal incision, by implanting a transobturtaoric sling.

Even prostate cancer can be treated with modern forms of radiotherapy, a radical prostatectomy is rarely needed. A detailed interview with an extensive physical examination build the foundation for exact diagnosis as well as selection of the appropriate treatment of choice.

Klinik am Ring
Hohenstaufenring 28
50674 Köln

Tel.: 0221-92424-470
Fax: 0221-92424-460
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Sex nach Prostata-OP

Sexualstörungen nach der radikalen Entfernung der Prostata häufig aber wenig beachtet. Viele Patienten fürchten nach einer Prostatakrebs-OP den Verlust eines erfüllten Sexuallebens. 

How often does incontinence occur after surgery?

“Men diagnosed with prostate cancer are still not thoroughly informed about urinary incontinence as a consequence of surgery prior to undergoing the procedure,” complains Dr. Stephan Neubauer, Urologist at the West German Prostate Center. 

Prostate cancer: PSA test sparks criticism

"PSA testing is useless and sometimes even dangerous“  ?  a statement that is frequently incorrectly transported by the media, lately even in the broadcast of the RBB Politmagazine Kontraste "Early detection for prostate cancer: The business of fear."

ESTRO: Brachytherapy achieves excellent results

Internal radiation – more effective, safe, and cost efficient than radical surgery
Urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction, impotence? Especially for younger patients with prostate cancer the expected adverse effects play crucial role in the selection of therapy.  

Prostate Cancer with 75

Who benefits from a treatment and who does not?
Is it worthwhile for 75-year-old men to undergo a therapy of prostate cancer or are the elderly better off with a wait and see approach? 

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