No deaths, lead failures, losses of capture, or ventricular arrhythmias occurred during MRI.
Formal ultrasonography by a radiologist may encourage less computerized tomography preoperatively.
Using imaging to triage men with elevated PSA might avoid a quarter of unnecessary biopsies, according to a study.
High-quality prostate MRI should be strongly considered for any patient with a prior negative biopsy who is under evaluation for a repeat biopsy.
Results show that mpMRI and PI-RADSv2 score have a greater ability to detect prostate cancer progression after TRT compared with PSA.
The presence of parathyroid nodules suggests worse bone metabolic profiles in patients with severe secondary hyperparathyroidism.
Compared with computed tomography, ultrasonography demonstrated low sensitivity and overestimated the stones 10 mm or less in size.
Adjusted odds ratio of prostate cancer significantly higher for MRI score than PSA.
Imaging studies should be considered for men who have long symptom duration and voiding disturbances associated with acute prostatitis, researchers say.