How to Understand the Prostate Cancer in Pathophysiology?

Q:
How to learn the prostate cancer in a more professional way? Like in the pathophysiology?
A:
Well, in simple terms, prostate cancer occurs mainly in men over 50, and the main pathological type is adenocarcinoma which accounts for the vast majority, followed by transitional cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma in a very small number.

Here are other pathological types: ductal cancer, sarcomas, carcinosarcoma, prostate secondary tumor.

Keywords: prostate cancer pathophysiology.

 

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