Men over 50 are concerned about what they hear of the possibility of prostatic cancer. When to screen, when to perform a rectal exam and when to undergo prostatic biopsies and also at what intervals. Bad biopsies may give a whip to the prostate to develop CANCER.
When the PSA is in the gray zone between and there is no need for biopsies or medications if the free PSA level is not high and the ratio above 25.
One of the signs to remember for further investigations is the steadily rising PSA from yeah to year by one percent.
This is to say that anxiety in men should be controlled by good advice rather by extensive invasion of privacy. However trouble in urination and alike symptoms and abnormal values of free PSA and any ratio between the free PSA and the total less than 10 become a compulsory rule for investigation.
And, yes, I realize you could also “Cast” to “DateTime” first (and if necessary back again to “DateTime2”), but you’d lose the extra precision and again, the extra range (all prior to year 1753) benefits of “DateTime2” vs. “DateTime” which again are probably the 2 biggest and also at the same time, probably not likely needed, which begs the question why use it when you lose the implicit / easy conversions to floating-point numeric (# of days) for addition / subtraction / “age” (vs. DateDiff) / Avg calcs benefit which is a big one in my experience.
So many thanks. So, Term dock is used only when it's related to repair of vessel. Like entering a cube of water and then water drained away to access areas below sea level. Once ready, its filled again and vessel floats again n then gates open to enter main water body. So it's from their that dry dock and wet dock came by .
When a vessel is locked to a pier or quay,its called berthing of vessel. Not docking. am I right?
So most lakes with private or public extensions into lake for accessing small vessels is called a pier.
Interesting that this search n landing at this place happened as I M standing at a place with both pier and quay.
Is it necesaary, pier has to be absolutely of wood. The ones we have are concrete n or steel but wooden logs are tied on sides, like cushion.
Then but whats a Marina?
A harbour lets ships dock in deep water but artificially or natural features making the water body calm and safe.
So a port is basically an infrastructure to berth ships within calm waters n undertake exchange of goods.
When the depth is less, then instead of Port, it could be a quay or jetties of fishing vessels.
So in any case a geographic feature or man made break water is what keeps the water body inside cut off from what's happening outside. 'Safe harbor' must hv orgins there.
A port or quay without some sort of breakwater will be open to storms n other elements of sea. Else it should be way inland like a river or lake connected to sea n deep enough to take ships to an infrastructure made aside an inland waterbody.
Please correct my understanding n also what is a Marina. I hv been associated with ports breakwaters lagoons n everything since childhood but still can't really explain the difference with confidence