Can phi density accurately predict risk for clinically significant prostate cancer?

A new article in BJU International has suggested the possibility that Prostate Health Index density (i.e., a patient’s phi score divided by his prostate volume) may be able to predict the probability of a finding of clinically significant prostate cancer on biopsy. … READ MORE …

Better characterization, diagnosis of insignificant prostate cancer

The full text of a “consensus” review entitled “The contemporary concept of significant versus insignificant prostate cancer” has just been published on line in European Urology. The authors include opinion-leaders from the USA, France, Italy, Germany, Sweden and Canada. … READ MORE …