Targeted fusion biopsies have led to an improved prostate cancer (PCa) detection rate (CDR). Our aim was to assess if device-assisted fusion biopsies are superior to cognitive ones in terms of CDR. The association between multiparametric MRI parameters and PCa was also evaluated.

Prostate Cancer Detection Rate with Koelis Fusion Biopsies versus Cognitive Biopsies: A Comparative Study

ODERDA, Marco;FALETTI, Riccardo;BATTISTI, Giacomo;DALMASSO, Ettore;FALCONE, MARCO;MARRA, GIANCARLO;PALAZZETTI, ANNA;ZITELLA, Andrea;BERGAMASCO, Laura Maria;GANDINI, Giovanni;GONTERO, Paolo
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2016-01-01

Abstract

Targeted fusion biopsies have led to an improved prostate cancer (PCa) detection rate (CDR). Our aim was to assess if device-assisted fusion biopsies are superior to cognitive ones in terms of CDR. The association between multiparametric MRI parameters and PCa was also evaluated.
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Oderda, Marco; Faletti, Riccardo; Battisti, Giacomo; Dalmasso, Ettore; Falcone, Marco; Marra, Giancarlo; Palazzetti, Anna; Zitella, Andrea; Bergamasco, Laura; Gandini, Giovanni; Gontero, Paolo
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