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Malacoplakia or prostate cancer? Similarities and differences
Malacoplakia is a granulomatous inflammatory disorder clinically and ultrasonographically very similar to prostatic adenocarcinoma. Symptoms and physical findings are similar to prostatism and in half of the patients the ...
Results of prostate cancer screening in non-symptomatic men
Objectives: To verify prostate cancer prevalence in non-symptomatic men between 50 and 70 years old as well as cancer characteristics. Material and Methods: 2815 non-symptomatic men had total PSA and digital rectal examination ...
Single testicular metastasis mimicking primary testicular neoplasm: A rare manifestation of prostate cancer
The incidence of secondary testicular tumors ranges from 0.02 to 2.5% among autopsies in general. With the exception of leukemias and lymphomas, prostate cancer is the most common primary site. It is diagnosed in autopsies ...
Surgical margins in radical prostatectomy: a comparison between retropubic and laparoscopic surgery
Age-related histopathological lesions in the Mongolian gerbil ventral prostate as a good model for studies of spontaneous hormone-related disorders
(Blackwell Publishing, 2008-02-01)
The Meriones unguiculatus (Mongolian) gerbil has demonstrated significant prostatic responses to hormonal treatments, and to drugs against human prostatic hyperplasia Spontaneous neoplasia develops in the older animals. ...
Prostatic diseases in the senescence: structural and proliferative features
(Informa HealthcareLondonInglaterra, 2010)
Deregulation of E-cadherin, β-catenin, APC and Caveolin-1 expression occurs in canine prostate cancer and metastatic processes
Prostate cancer is a heterogeneous disease with high levels of clinical and gene heterogeneity, consequently offering several targets for therapy. Dogs with naturally occurring prostate cancer are useful models for molecular ...
Development of an orthotopic model of human metastatic prostate cancer in the NOD‑SCIDγ mouse (Mus musculus) anterior prostate
Prostate cancer is one of the most prevalent oncological diseases in males worldwide, and the mortalities resulting from this type of cancer are mainly due to metastasis. The most common models for the study of metastasis ...
No association of the 5 ' promoter region polymorphism of CVP17 gene with prostate cancer risk
(Nature Publishing GroupLondonInglaterra, 2002)