Most Recent Articles by Jody A. Charnow, Editor
Men with PCa have a 4-fold increased risk of suicidal death within 3 months of diagnosis compared to men who have other solid cancers.
This laboratory measure could be useful in treatment decision algorithms.
High phosphate levels are associated with 3.3-fold increased odds of 28-day in-hospital mortality.
PNI in prostate biopsy specimens are associated with an 11-fold increased risk of bone metastasis.
It more accurately predicted the actual clinical risk category at final pathology compared with transrectal ultrasonography-guided biopsy.
More Articles by Jody A. Charnow, Editor
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- Phosphate Binder Adherence Challenging for Dialysis Patients
- Combo Superior for Overactive Bladder in BPH Patients
- Neutrophil Count May Predict Death Risk in Prostate Cancer Patients
- Why Heart Safety of Testosterone in Older Men Remains a Concern
- Erectile Function Worsens In Most Men After Prostate Biopsy
- Transperineal Prostate Biopsy Better for PCa Risk Statification
- Androgen Deprivation for Localized Prostate Cancer Ups Cardiac Risks
- Upping Shock Wave Frequency Improves Ureteral Stone Clearance
- High-Grade Prostate Cancer Linked to Low Testosterone
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