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If a man had a high PSA level and a biopsy of the prostate did not show cancer and the PSA level remains high after the biopsy, a prostate cancer gene 3 (PCA3) RNA test may be done.

A DRE can sometimes detect an enlarged prostate, lumps or. A DRE can sometimes detect an enlarged prostate, lumps or. The following clinical stages are used to describe prostate cancer:.

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The following clinical stages are used to describe prostate cancer:. . Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) Test.

Your PCP will perform a short physical rectal examination which does not hurt. .

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. They may also feel your prostate gland through the wall of your bottom (rectum).

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For this test, a blood sample is sent to a laboratory.

A DRE can sometimes detect an enlarged prostate, lumps or. The GP may order a blood test to check that your kidneys are working properly. You might also hear it called a cystourethroscopy or, more simply, a bladder scope.

This is a sign of possible metastatic disease. There are several reasons. . The following clinical stages are used to describe prostate cancer:. .

look for prostate cancer when the doctor thinks it might be present but it isn't found with a biopsy; measure the size of the prostate or a tumour in the prostate; help plan radiation.

For this test, a blood sample is sent to a laboratory. .

Prostate cancer is one of the primary genitourinary oncology diseases and is a common malignant tumor amongst men worldwide.

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PSA is mostly found in semen, but a small amount is also found in blood.

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DIAGNOSTIC TESTING, PHYSICAL FINDINGS, AND ICD-9-CM/ICD-10-CM CODING.