Which clinical findings are characteristic of secondary prostatic lymphoma/leukemia?

Updated: Dec 22, 2019
  • Author: Joshua I Warrick, MD; Chief Editor: Liang Cheng, MD  more...
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Secondary prostatic leukemia/lymphoma is often discovered incidental to a diagnosis of prostatic adenocarcinoma. Symptoms at presentation may thus be intermixed with those of prostate cancer and include elevated serum PSA (mean PSA: 10.3 ng/mL). [1] Secondary prostatic leukemia/lymphoma may also present with obstructive symptoms. [9]

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