At the Cancer Institute, we use sophisticated technology to diagnose prostate cancer. You can expect the diagnostic process to be:
Often, a symptom of untreated prostate cancer is difficulty urinating. If you experience difficulty or pain when urinating, see your physician.
Initial tests for prostate cancer include:
If your physician suspects prostate cancer after these exams, further diagnostic procedures might include:
Often, once we have diagnosed prostate cancer, a team of experts will review your case and develop a personalized treatment plan. Our treatment options include specialized surgeries, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. Get more information about treating prostate cancer.