Detecting possible prostate cancer

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is changing the way prostate cancer is identified before a biopsy. Two technological improvements make it possible for MRI to detect suspicious areas in a prostate gland.First, the new magnets are more powerful.

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All of our urologists at Associated Urological Specialists have noticed an increased confusion about PSA screening, and what the PSA blood test can and can’t do. Ever since the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, a Government panel, recommended against broad screening in 2012, many men wonder whether or not they should have this test. “Doctor,…

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Prostate Cancer Diagnosis: The Prostate Biopsy By Dr. Steve Pierpaoli & Dr. David Raminski At Associated Urological Specialists, we often see patients who are concerned because they have a family history of prostate cancer, or a routine blood test came back suspicious for prostate cancer. They ask, “How can I know if I have cancer…

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