organ-confined

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organ-confined

adjective Referring to a malignancy which, at the time of assessment, is believed to be confined to the organ in which it arose and is “node negative”.
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Patients were stratified into the following clinical categories: organ confined disease (clinical stage T3a or below, no evidence of metastases and PSA < 100 ng/ml); locally advanced disease (clinical stage above T3a, no evidence of metastases and PSA < 100 ng/ml) and metastatic disease (evidence of metastases or PSA [greater than or equal to] 100 ng/ml).
Our study has demonstrated that MRI and MRSI of the prostate have high accuracy in detection of organ confined prostate cancer and differentiating it from benign hyperplastic prostatic tissue.
3) Most of these newly diagnosed cancers were clinically localized or organ confined, which led to an increase in radical prostatectomy and radiation therapy.
Human glandular kallikrein 2: a potential serum marker for predicting the organ confined versus non-organ confined growth of prostate cancer.
During the course of the study, 1449 cases of total prostate cancer, 953 cases of organ confined prostate cancer, and 147 cases of advanced prostate cancer were reported.
A validated strategy for side specific prediction of organ confined prostate cancer: a tool to select for nerve sparing radical prostatectomy.
Annual PSA-based screening will detect tumors at a stage when most arc organ confined.
Annual PSA-based screening will detect tumors at a stage when most are organ confined A dramatic shift to organ-confined disease has been seen since the institution of PSA/DRE screening.
It has been found that large prostates are more likely to be associated with organ confined tumours.
Salvage cryoablation of the prostate is a locally curative option for patients with organ confined recurrence after radiotherapy; it is not intended to treat extra-prostatic disease.