What is the purpose of a medical case consultation?
A man diagnosed with prostate cancer and his family face a difficult decision, which procedure should be selected in further diagnostics and treatment of this cancer. A team of specialists responsible for the case management should provide the Patient with possible treatment options, expected results, and explain possible complications associated with those methods. This is a purpose of the medical case consultation.
What does the medical case consultation involve?
A holistic approach to Patient's health and an in-depth analysis of man's disease may result in a correct qualification for the best possible treatment method. The correct therapy or use of combined methods for prostate cancer treatment may significantly prolong man's life while maintaining its high quality for many years.
In prostate cancer treatment, a number of specialist should holistically examine the Patient and discuss test results collected by him. A urology specialist managing the case should analyse Patient's medical documentation with other specialists, including an oncologists and a radiotherapist. Also, participation of a dietician and a psycho-oncologist is important during planning of a therapeutic process.
At the HIFU CLINIC Prostate Cancer Treatment Centre, during the medical case consultation, a team of specialists with a long-term scientific experience, including a urologist, an oncologist, a radiotherapist, a dietician and a psycho-oncologist, analyses together the Patient's medical documentation and determines a comprehensive therapeutic procedure for a prostate cancer patient.
Who is this medical case consultation for?
We recommend the medical case consultation to Patients with suspected or diagnosed prostate cancer.
How can I arrange a consultation?
To arrange the treatment, please contact the Patient coordination department at: + 48 606 994 372 or by email: email@example.com
A consultation with a dietician discusses proper dietary behaviour during the treatment of prostate cancer.
The aim of the consultation is making final decision about a need for treatment of prostate cancer.