The evolution and resurgence of perineal prostatectomy in the robotic surgical era
ConclusionThere has been a recent resurgence on the interest of radical perineal prostatectomy for the treatment of localized PCa driven by the advent of new robotic surgical technologies into the field. Future studies are needed to better determine the learning curve of the perineal approach and its current role in the treatment of prostate cancer.
ConclusionOur results suggest improved detection of PCa with similar PPV and confidence scores when higher TE values are utilized for T2-weighted image acquisition.
ConclusionsOver the long term after RARP for PCA, the risk of hospital readmission is associated with ePLND. In patients who underwent RARP and ePLND, 4.4% of them had a readmission, compared to RARP alone, in which only 0.8% of cases had a readmission. When ePLND is planned for staging pelvic lymph nodes, patients should be informed of the increased risk of hospital readmission.
Abstract PURPOSE: The potential biological determinants of aggressive prostate cancer (PCa) in African American (AA) men are unknown. Here we characterize PCa genomic alterations in the largest cohort to date of AA men with clinical follow-up for metastasis, with the aim to elucidate the key molecular drivers associated with poor prognosis in this population. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN: Targeted sequencing was retrospectively performed on 205 prostate tumors from AA men treated with radical prostatectomy (RP) to examine somatic genomic alterations and percent genome alteration (PGA). Cox proportional hazards analyse...
ConclusionsNeither race nor predominant tumor location was associated with adverse oncologic outcome.
Conclusion: There is strong evidence from two independent populations of a considerably higher early to midterm mortality after prostatectomy compared to radiotherapy extending the time of early mortality considered by previous studies up to 36-months.
Conclusion 68Ga-PSMA PET-CT allows accurate detection of lymphnodal metastases in patients with intermediate-risk and high-risk prostate cancer prior to definitive surgical treatment. It performed better than mp-MRI in a subset of patients.
Conclusions This case study demonstrates that an aerobically trained prostate cancer patient can return to high-level aerobic training in as little as 7 wk post-RP, and even exceed presurgery fitness. This finding has implications for prognosis given the beneficial effect of vigorous-intensity exercise on prostate cancer progression.
Abstract The oncological benefit of pelvic lymph node dissection (PLND) for prostate cancer (PCa) remains unclear. The therapeutic effect of PLND on the elimination of microscopic metastases during radical prostatectomy (RP) for PCa was examined in the current study. A total of 348 Japanese patients with high- or intermediate-risk PCa without lymph node metastasis, who underwent antegrade RP at the Kyushu Cancer Center (Fukuoka, Japan) between August 1998 and May 2013 were retrospectively analyzed. The patients were divided into the standard (obturator + internal iliac nodes) group and the expanded (standard + add...
Conclusion: The plasma 16S rDNA levels increased in patients with PCa who have biochemical recurrence and 16S rDNA levels were higher in patients with higher-grade PCa.
;t M Abstract OBJECTIVE: Evaluate the safety, feasibility and efficiency of robot-assisted radical prostatectomy (RARP) in kidney transplant recipients, performed in high-volume French referral centres, and describe intra- and postoperative, oncological and functional outcomes. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A multicentre study was conducted on prospective RARP databases from 5 centres between 2008 and 2017. We retrospectively identified a first group (G1) of transplant patients. The following data were collected: age, body mass index, prostate-specific antigen, ISUP score, TNM stage, stratification according to d'Am...