Dr. Christopher Taylor
Dr. Christopher Taylor (Uro-oncologist, Robotic urologist) brings over 20 years of experience in the field of general urology. Currently serving as the Head of the Urology Department at Apollo Multi-Specialty Hospital in Mansfield, Dr. Christopher Taylor is dedicated to providing exceptional care to his patients. His areas of expertise include the treatment of urinary stones, lower tract endourology, and renal transplantation. Dr. Christopher Taylor has a profound interest in uro-oncology and has successfully treated numerous patients with urological cancers. He is highly skilled in robotic surgery and actively incorporates this advanced technique into his practice at the hospital.
Urological Conditions: Advanced Care and Expertise
Experience advanced care for kidney cancer, characterized by abnormal cell growth within the kidneys. Renal cell cancer and transitional cell carcinoma are the most common types of this condition.
The bladder, a balloon-shaped hollow organ located in the pelvic region, plays a vital role in storing urine. Bladder cancer typically originates in the cells lining the inside wall of the bladder. While it can occur at any age, early detection and comprehensive care are crucial in effectively managing this condition.
The kidneys play a vital role in filtering waste products from the body and producing urine. During the filtration process, certain chemicals can form crystals that may deposit on the kidneys. At our center, we specialize in promoting optimal kidney health and offer personalized care to manage crystal deposition and maintain the proper functioning of this essential organ.
Prostate cancer typically affects men beyond middle age and is less common in those under 45 years old. While the exact cause of prostate cancer remains unknown, there are instances where a familial predisposition may play a role. The incidence of prostate cancer is on the rise, making comprehensive care and early detection vital in effectively managing this condition.
Dr. Christopher Taylor is a highly regarded urologist and the author of numerous informative medical articles related to urological topics on the website “GP Urology.” With his extensive expertise and experience in the field, Dr. Taylor provides valuable insights and updates on various urological issues, including kidney health, bladder conditions, prostate cancer, and more. His articles are written in a clear and concise manner, making complex medical concepts accessible to both medical professionals and individuals seeking reliable information. By sharing his knowledge through these articles, Dr. Taylor aims to empower readers with the necessary information to make informed decisions about their urological health.
The doctor will usually perform a digital rectal exam (DRE) and take a blood test to check your prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels. If the results are not normal, you may additionally undergo a transrectal ultrasound and a transrectal biopsy.
Kidney cancer is cancer that starts in the kidney, the most common type being renal cell carcinoma (RCC).
If you suffer from high blood pressure, are diabetic, have a family history of kidney failure, or are over the age of 60.