Citation:Rowe EW, Laniado ME, Walker MM, Patel A 2005

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Rowe EW, Laniado ME, Walker MM, Patel A. Prostate cancer detection in men with a 'normal' total prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level using percentage free PSA: a prospective screening study. BJU Int 2005 Jun;95(9):1249-52 Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15892810.



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For men without a prostate cancer diagnosis or symptoms that might indicate prostate cancer, does measurement of %free PSA when compared with total PSA measurement improve the detection of any prostate cancer or of high grade prostate cancer on biopsy?Dr. med. univ. Dana Stefanoviccompleted
For men without a prostate cancer diagnosis or symptoms that might indicate prostate cancer, does measurement of %free PSA when compared with total PSA measurement improve the detection of any prostate cancer or of high grade prostate cancer on biopsy?Cindy Pengcompleted

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