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Prostate cancer

ByLyndon Gommersall, Jane Boddy, Alan Doherty

Q. A 66-year-old man with a PSA of 5.3 is referred to you. This test was performed during a routine health check with his GP. He has mild lower urinary tract symptoms, but is otherwise fit and well. Examination revealed a small benign-feeling prostate. How would you assess this patient?