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Mayo Clinic urologists present findings at American Urological Association Annual Meeting
Date:5/23/2012

survival among patients who received ATH was 74 percent, compared to a 79 percent 10-year survival rate for those who did not receive AHT.

Young men with low PSA level at very low risk of prostate cancer
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Three-fourths of young men ages 40󈞝 could safely avoid annual prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening for an additional 10 years if their baseline PSA falls in the lowest 75th percentile, according to a study led by Mayo Clinic urologist Christopher Weight, M.D. The study, "Men with a Single Baseline PSA below 1.0 ng/ml Between the Ages of 40-49, Can Safely Avoid Additional PSA Screening for at Least 10 Years: Results from a Prospectively Followed Population Cohort," looked at prostate outcomes in a random sample of 268 men, ages 40󈞝, in Olmsted County, Minn., since 1990. Each patient was evaluated by a urologist every two years, including PSA screening, an ultrasound examination and questionnaire. Among study participants, no one between 40 and 49 with a baseline PSA below 1 nanogram per milliliter developed an intermediate- or high-risk cancer during nearly 20 years of follow-up. The study also found that participants with low PSAs, below 1.0 ng/ml, were also very unlikely to develop even low-risk prostate cancer.

One-third of kidney stone sufferers likely to have recurrence
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Roughly one-third of people who suffer from kidney stones will experience symptomatic stone recurrence, a Mayo Clinic study finds. The 10-year study, "Symptomatic Stone Recurrence Following Ureteroscopy, Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy, and Shockwave Lithotripsy," monitored 333 patients for the reappearance of stones after their surgery in
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