Teach techniques of prostate examination with the Prostate Examination Simulator, an indispensable model for both students and professionals. Now every student can learn to detect beginning stages of prostate cancer and increase chances of patient survival. Four separate prostate glands are supplied with the torso, representing one benign gland and three stages of prostatic carcinoma in varying degrees of development. Stage A Gland - Benign, slightly enlarged, but otherwise normal prostate gland Stage B Gland - A discrete, hard nodule is palpable in the upper right quadrant. This simulates a beginning stage of carcinoma Stage C Gland - The spread of carcinoma is demonstrated in this gland. The small nodule has increased in size and has become an external hard mass on the surfaceof the gland Stage D Gland - This gland is totally replaced with carcinoma. The entire gland will feel hard and irregular Each gland can be inserted into the prostate torso to allow realistic practice in diagnosis by rectal palpation. Supplied with four glands, hard carrying case, lubricant, cleaner and teaching guide.
- Procedure: : prostate examination