Conditions causing a high PSA are chronic prostatitis and BPH 75 of men who

Conditions causing a high psa are chronic prostatitis

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However, when a PSA level is high it does not indicate that a male has prostate cancer. Conditions causing a high PSA are chronic prostatitis and BPH. 75% of men who have a biopsy following a high PSA label do not have cancer (NCI, 2017).ReferencesAhmad, S., Ghafar, A., & Khan, G. (2017). Free/total prostate specific antigen ratio as predictor for prostate carcinoma. Gomal Journal of Medical Sciences, 15(1), 30-33. Retrieved formWalden University Library databases. American Cancer Society. (2016). What tests can detect prostate cancer early? Retrieved from Fu-xiang, L., Liang, Z., Jiu-min, L., Jian-xin, L., Ke-lin, L., Lin-sun, L., & ... Wei-zhong, Y. (2017). Free prostate specific antigen density predicts prostate cancer with high accuracy.Biomedical Research, 28(18), 7806-7809. Retrieved form Walden University Library databases. Lau, C. K., Guo, M., Viczko, J. A., & Naugler, C. T. (2014). A population study of fasting time and serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level. Asian Journal of Andrology, 16(5), 740-744. doi:10.4103/1008-682X.125912National Cancer Institute. (2017). Prostate-specific antigen test (PSA). Retrieved from
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