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Prostate Cancer Detection in Men with an Initial Diagnosis of Atypical small Acinar Proliferations Dr Charles Chabert The Wollongong Hospital.

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1 Prostate Cancer Detection in Men with an Initial Diagnosis of Atypical small Acinar Proliferations Dr Charles Chabert The Wollongong Hospital

2 Definition ASAP denotes the presence of suspicious glands with insufficient cytological or architectural atypia for a definitive cancer diagnosis Bostwick et al Hum Path.1993; 24:819

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4 Objective Determine the clinical significance of ASAP in prostate biopsies

5 Methods Illawarra prostate pathology data base reviewed Jan Jan 2004 ASAP Pathology reviewed Clinical records obtained

6 Method Study cohort 31 Median age: 65 years (53-78 years) Median PSA: 7.6ng/ml (0.3-36ng/ml)

7 Results ASAP 31 9 No further Biopsy 22 Second Biopsy

8 Results of No Repeat Biopsy 9 No repeat biopsy TURP: 1 Benign Median F/U: 8 78 months 1 CAP

9 Results ASAP 31 9 No further Biopsy 22 Second Biopsy

10 Results of 2nd Biopsy Benign 4 ASAP 5 Prostate cancer 13 ASAP22/31 Median interval between 1 st & 2 nd biopsy 8 Months

11 Prostate Ca in 2 nd Biopsy 13/22 Prostate Cancer 3+3=6 (2) 3+4=7(5) 4+3=7(2) 4+4=8(3) 4+5=9(1)

12 Results of 2nd Biopsy Benign 4 ASAP 5 Prostate cancer 13 ASAP22/31

13 Results of 3rd Biopsy ASAP5 All Biopsied Prostate Ca 2 ASAP 1 Benign 2 Median interval between 2 nd & 3 rd 14 months

14 Results of 2nd Biopsy Benign 4 ASAP 5 Prostate cancer 13 ASAP22/31

15 Benign: 4 Results of 3 rd Biopsy Benign 2 ASAP 1 CAP 4+3=7

16 Summary Subsequent CAP detection 17/ % ASAP diagnosis mandates rebiopsy

17 Acknowledgement Dr Sabar Napaki, Southern Pathology, Wollongong

18 High Grade PIN ASAP


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