Prostate Mapping (also known as Transperineal template biopsy) is a diagnostic procedure to find out if a patient has prostate cancer to an accuracy of approximately 95%.
Not only does it calculate the risk, it gives accurate information into the positioning, number and grade of the potential tumour.
NICE (National Institute for Health & Clinical Excellence) released guidelines regarding the procedure which you can find at the following link.
Surgery that involves cutting both the tubes (vas) that carry sperm from the testicles.
Surgery to remove part of the prostate gland.
A proven surgical option for the treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms due to an enlarged prostate due to BPH.