If your doctor suspects you have prostate cancer based on an elevated PSA level or other test results, you may need a prostate biopsy.
This simple test, done in the physician’s office, collects tiny samples of tissue from your prostate gland. These samples then go to our expert urologic pathologists, who review your samples under a microscope to determine whether or not you have prostate cancer .
At Western New York Urology Associates, our urologic pathologists—the scientists who review your biopsy test results—specialize in prostate biopsies, and see a high volume of prostate biopsy samples. This experience is extremely important, and helps ensure that you get an accurate diagnosis.
Every positive sample is reviewed by another urologic pathologist to confirm it truly is prostate cancer. We take this entire process very seriously, because treatment can’t begin until you have an accurate diagnosis.
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