A nomogram for predicting upgrading in patients with low- and intermediate-grade prostate cancer in the era of extended prostate sampling.

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STUDY TYPE Diagnostic (exploratory cohort). LEVEL OF EVIDENCE 2b. OBJECTIVE To develop a nomogram to predict the probability that the pathological Gleason sum (GS) will be higher than that indicated by the biopsy, suggesting a higher risk for the patient presumed to be at low risk, as a substantial proportion of patients with low and intermediate grade… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1464-410X.2009.08778.x

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@article{Moussa2010ANF, title={A nomogram for predicting upgrading in patients with low- and intermediate-grade prostate cancer in the era of extended prostate sampling.}, author={Ayman Salah Moussa and Michael W. Kattan and Ryan K Berglund and Changhong Yu and Khaled Fareed and J. Stephen Jones}, journal={BJU international}, year={2010}, volume={105 3}, pages={352-8} }