How high can PSA go and not be cancer?
Previous video about “Normal PSA Chart” explained what is normal and abnormal according to each age. Some people out there said that PSA results are not reliable but the reality that a small portion of men with normal PSA 4.0 (about15%) who may getting positive cancer biopsy.
Therefore, the PSA reading when it’s very close to the normal limit, it can’t exclude or approve cancer 100% but taken as a ratio (i.e. Free PSA%), FPSA% can represent reliable risk tool as the percentage go lower than 25%.
However, Very High PSA results (e.g. over 100) is considered an extreme prostate cancer risk especially if other indices are consistent (i.e. High PSA, Lowest FPSA % below 25%, Positive DRE, Bloody Urine).
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