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GRADE 1 ENLARGED PROSTATE.
GRADE 1 ENLARGED PROSTATE. HYPOECHOIC SOL WITH? CENTRAL CALCIFICATION TO THE RIGHT OF URINARY BLADDER??NATURE.SUGG CECT IF CLINICALLY INDICATED.
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What symptoms do you have? Prostate is not very enlarged. It's age related phenomenon. More important is that SOL which is mentioned. Ultrasound is only a screening test. It is better to get CT scan which can clearly tell us what that lesion is.
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