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Research Article

The Correlation between PSCA Expression and Neuroendocrine Differentiation in Prostate Cancer

Table 1

Clinicopathological parameters for patients ().

Clinicopathological parameter (%)

Age (years)
 ≤7050 (42.4%)
 >7068 (57.6%)
Preoperative PSA level (ng/ml)
 <1034 (28.8%)
 10-2020 (16.9%)
 >1064 (54.3%)
Gleason score
 2-633 (28.0%)
 730 (25.4%)
 8-1055 (46.6%)
pT stage
 ≤T271 (60.1%)
 >T247 (39.9%)
Metastasis
 Absent75 (63.6%)
 Present43 (36.4%)
Hormone therapy
 No87 (73.7%)
 Yes31 (26.3%)
Follow-up
 Alive61 (51.7%)
 Dead25 (21.2%)
 Loss32 (27.1%)
Surgical intervention
 Prostatectomy71 (60.2%)
 TURP47 (39.8%)

Abbreviations: pT stage: pathologic tumor stage; PSA: prostate-specific antigen; TURP: Transurethral Resection of the Prostate.

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