Which clinical findings are characteristic of primary prostatic lymphoma?

Updated: Dec 22, 2019
  • Author: Joshua I Warrick, MD; Chief Editor: Liang Cheng, MD  more...
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Taken as a group, primary and secondary prostatic leukemia/lymphoma most commonly presents in the seventh decade. [1, 9] Primary prostatic lymphomas, which tend to be high grade on the basis of a large series, usually present with symptoms of a large prostatic mass, including obstructive symptoms (eg, hesitancy, urgency) and hematuria. [9] Digital rectal examination findings usually are abnormal, showing a diffusely enlarged or nodular prostate in the majority of cases. Serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) usually is not elevated (mean 3.5 ng/mL). [9]

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