Urology A computer-assisted test that discerns subtle changes in biochemical activity among groups of highly relevant biomarkers–eg, PSA, which is said to be 85% sensitive for prostate CA still confined within the prostatic capsule, thus leading to earlier diagnosis, treatment, cure. See Prostate cancer.
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Thus, there were fewer false-positive values for the Prostasure index than with fPSA.
Using the ProstAsure index may add diagnostic value when PSA levels are between 4 and 10 ng/mL.
Effectiveness of ProstAsure in detecting PCA and BPH in men age 50 and older.
The ability of the ProstAsure index to identify patients with low cancer volumes and high potential for cure [abstract].