Published in Cancer Weekly, January 24th, 2006
According to recent research from Japan, "The incidence of prostate cancer, benign prostatic enlargement and serum level of PSA increase with patient age. Intermediate elevation of PSA in elderly populations is apt to be considered insignificant."
"We evaluated the impact of PSA and prostate volume on the presence of non-palpable prostate cancer in elderly men with an intermediate level of PSA. Clinical records of 154 men 70 years or older, with non-cancerous digital rectal examination findings and with...
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