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J Urol. 2013 Sep;190(3):867-73. doi: 10.1016/j.juro.2013.03.078. Epub 2013 Mar 28.

High diagnostic ability of multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging to detect anterior prostate cancer missed by transrectal 12-core biopsy.

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Department of Urology, Graduate School, Tokyo Medical and Dental University and Department of Radiology, Ochanomizu Surugadai Clinic (CI), Tokyo, Japan.

Abstract

PURPOSE:

We clarified the diagnostic ability of multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging to reveal anterior cancer missed by transrectal 12-core prostate biopsy based on the results of 3-dimensional 26-core prostate biopsy, which is a combination of transrectal 12-core and transperineal 14-core biopsies.

MATERIALS AND METHODS:

The study population consisted of 324 patients who prospectively underwent prebiopsy multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging and then 3-dimensional 26-core prostate biopsy at a single institution. We defined transrectal 12-core negative cancer as cancer detected by transperineal 14-core but not transrectal 12-core prostate biopsy. We focused on cancer in the anterior region. Any findings suspicious for malignancy in the region anterior to the urethra on multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging were defined as an anterior lesion on imaging. Significant cancer was defined as a biopsy Gleason score of 4 + 3 or greater, a greater than 20% positive core and/or a maximum cancer length of 5 mm or greater. Associations between an anterior lesion on imaging and transrectal 12-core negative cancer were investigated.

RESULTS:

The overall cancer detection rate on 3-dimensional 26-core prostate biopsy was 39% (128 of 324 cases), of which 28% (36 of 128) were transrectal 12-core negative cancers. An anterior lesion on prebiopsy multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging was identified in 20% of men overall (65 of 324). Of men with and without an anterior lesion on imaging 40% (26 of 65) and 3.8% (10 of 259), respectively, had transrectal 12-core negative cancer. Significant transrectal 12-core negative cancer was observed in 0.4% (1 of 259 men) without an anterior lesion on imaging. Prebiopsy multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging revealed an anterior lesion in 92% of cases (11 of 12) of significant transrectal 12-core negative cancer.

CONCLUSIONS:

Prebiopsy multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging has the potential to efficiently select men who could advantageously undergo anterior samplings, in addition to transrectal 12-core prostate biopsy.

KEYWORDS:

3-dimensional 26-core prostate biopsy; 3D26PBx; DCEI; DRE; DWI; MP-MRI; MRI; PCa; PSA; T2-weighted imaging; T2WI; TP14PBx; TR12; TR12 prostate biopsy; TR12PBx; biopsy; diagnosis; diagnostic imaging; diffusion-weighted imaging; digital rectal examination; dynamic contrast enhanced imaging; magnetic resonance imaging; multiparametric MRI; prostate; prostate cancer; prostate specific antigen; transperineal 14-core prostate biopsy; transrectal 12-core

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PMID:
23542406
DOI:
10.1016/j.juro.2013.03.078
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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