It has set up a group of urologists Association of Bahraini doctors about a scientific symposium on the role of magnetic radiation in the early detection of bladder tumors.
The symposium was moderated by Prof. Dr. Ihsan Haider Radiology Consultant from the Canadian McMaster University in the presence of a number of urologists and radiologists representing various health sectors in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Dr. Haider during the seminar that the scientific and technical progress has enabled doctors to develop their tools in dealing with this type of cancer, in addition to the early detection using magnetic resonance imaging can lead to stop its spread in the body and get the patient to a greater chance of survival without fear of the return of the tumor again or at least in a short period of conducting eradication. ”
He explained that the causes of bladder cancer are not immune to missteps full disclosure, like many types of cancer, but pointed to the role of environmental factors of smoking, which causes the occurrence of resuming nearly half of cases of bladder cancer almost. ”
For his part, President of the Association and Consultant of Urology, Dr. Mohammed Abdullah senior said that the importance of this seminar comes at a time occupy bladder cancer ranked fourth among the cancers that affect the internal organs of men, one of the ten cancer killer first, and the percentage of infection four times and a half more when men than in women and increases the ratio among women smokers than non-smokers.
Dr. senior pointed out that the most common symptoms of this cancer are blood out with urine, or the presence of red blood cells in the urine in small numbers can not be monitored by the naked eye, as it may cause burning during urination, or frequency of urination, and there are cases uncommon for disease pain in the pelvic or back or abdomen and other form.
Dr. senior keen Physicians to establish such seminars and events in line with its objective to enhance the knowledge and skills of its members, and keep abreast of the latest trends and scientific discoveries in various medical specialties.