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THE PARTIN TABLES

Predict Pathological Stage based on clinical stage (TNM), PSA, and Gleason score


PSA: ng/ml

Gleason Score:

Clinical Stage:

   
    audio resources VIDEO RESOURCES
   audio resources AUDIO RESOURCES
prostate cancer discovery
  · Dr. Patrick Walsh on Charlie Rose show
  · Prostatectomy: Hospital Stay & Recuperation
  · RRP - detailed description of the surgical technique
  · Expectant Management
  · Prostate Cancer Expectant Management
  · Prostate Cancer Antigen Testing &     Screening
  · Prostate Cancer
ENROLL IN CLINICAL TRIAL:

   APPOINTMENTS please call
   Johns Hopkins Hospital
   410-955-6100
   Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical
   Center
   410-550-7008

  DRIVING DIRECTIONS

  PLEASE BRING WITH YOU:
  • PSA history
  • Glass pathology slides
  • X-Ray reports (not films)
  • Name and addresses for
    reffering physicians

   REFERRALS

   Today, radical prostatectomy cures the vast majority of men with cancer confined to the prostate.
   Serious bleeding is very rare, hospital stay is 1 or 2 days, preserving potency is common, and few suffer from serious incontinence.
   In fact, the radical prostatectomy series at the Brady Urological Institute is considered to be the gold standard for cancer cure, to which all other forms of treatment are compared.
Click here to get a detailed drawing of the procedure

  OUR SURGEONS
  Mohamad E. Allaf, M.D.
  Arthur L. Burnett, II, M. D.
 
  H. Ballentine Carter, M.D.

  Misop Han, M.D.
  Jacek L. Mostwin, M.D., D.Phil,
  (Oxon.)

  Alan Partin, M.D., Ph.D
  Christian Pavlovich, M.D.
  Ronald Rodriguez, M.D., Ph.D.
  Edward M. Schaeffer, M.D.,Ph.D.
  Mark P. Schoenberg, M.D.

  Patrick C. Walsh, M.D.

BOOKS/PUBLICATIONS
prostate cancer patrick walshDr. Patrick Walsh's Guide to Surviving Prostate Cancer
Chapter 2, "Little Gland, Big Trouble," of this book is available online


The Prostate
: A Guide for Men and the Women Who Love Them

Johns Hopkins Prostate Bulletin   

Johns Hopkins White Papers

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Expectant Management
Hereditary Prostate Cancer
Erectile Dysfunction
  after Radical Prostatectomy
    IN THE NEWS
Deciphering the Results of a Prostate Test
Hopkins researchers identify risk factors for prediction of lethal prostate cancer after recurrence following surgery

PSA Screening Should Emphasize Changes Over Time, Study Suggests

 

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