||Clinical Stage Evaluation at Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer at Urology-Andrology Clinic Cnhu-Hkm Cotonou
HOUNNASSO PRINCE PASCAL ,
AVAKOUDJO JOSUÉ DEJINNIN GEORGES ,
SOUMANOU Fouad Kolawale Yde ,
KOUSSOUHON Manoel Dossavi ,
YEVI DODJI MAGLOIRE INÈS ,
VODOUNOU A. ,
||Open Journal of Urology
||Aims: To evaluate the clinical stage at diagnosis of prostate cancer. Materials and Methods: This
study was retrospective and descriptive from January 2008 to June 2013. Patients who were diagnosed
with prostate cancer wereinvolved and confirmed by clinical examination anatomopathological
screening. They also realized a total serum PSA, a bladder-prostatic and abdominal ultrasound.
Results: Average age was seventy years, ranging from fifty years to seventy years. The general
status of our patients was satisfactory in 78% of cases. Main symptoms were dysuria and frequencyin
96% and 86%, respectively. Family past history of prostate cancer were found in 24% of
cases. Twenty-three patients (43%) had a total serum PSA ≥ 100 ng/ml. Adenocarcinoma was the
main histological type. Grades 1 and 4 were the most frequent. Thirty-three patients (66%) had a
Gleasonscore betwen -. Forty-four patients (88%) had locally advanced and metastatic desease.
The D’Amico score was identified in six patients but 3 and 2 patients were low risk and
intermediate riskrespectively. Finally, 1 patient was high risk. Conclusion: Prostate cancer remains
elderly man cancer. It was discovered in locally advanced and metastatic desease in this
series. This diagnosis was late in the majority of cases.
||Prostate Cancer, Anatomical Pathology, Total Serum PSA
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