The effect of antibiotics on elevated serum prostate specific antigen in patients with urinary symptoms and negative digital rectal examination: a pilot study.

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INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVES 65-70% of patients with abnormal prostate specific antigen (PSA) do not have cancer on prostate needle biopsy. Prostate biopsy is a potentially morbid procedure. Prostatitis is commonly reported on needle biopsies. To cut down on the number of unnecessary prostate biopsies we evaluated the effect of antibiotic on PSA level in… (More)

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