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|Other Titles:||Diagnostic Evaluation of the Prostatic Serum Acid Phosphatase|
|Authors:||後藤, 薫 |
|Author's alias:||GOTOH, Kaoru|
|Abstract:||Lately it is said that Total Serum Acid Phosphatas e and (L) tartrate inhibted Serum Acid Phosphatase, so called Prostatic or True Acid Phosphatase are valuable and useful indexes in the diagnosis and prognosis of prostatic carcinoma. We examined both of them in 212 cases with carcinoma of the prostate, benign prostatic hypertrophy, prostatolithiasis or prostatitis and other urological diseases. Out of 60 cases with carcinoma of the prostate, only 60% showed increased T. S. A. P., and 61.5% showed increased level of P. S. A. P.. Between P. S. A. P. of the patients with carcinoma of the prostate and that of other prostatic diseases, there is no significant difference noted. We concluded that reliance of above-mentioned Phosphatases is very poor in diagnosis of carcinoma of the prostate. We obserbed the change of the P. S. A. P. and T. S. A. P. level before and after the mechanical massage on the prostate and treatment, for example, female hormonal therapy, radioactive isotope injection, radical prostatectomy and castration.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.7 No.10|
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