What do PSA numbers mean?
PSA levels generally increase with age. Generally speaking, PSA numbers may be interpreted as identified below. However, this is by no means intended to be a definitive guide and should be taken in conjunction with a patient’s medical history, risk profile, race and other clinical factors when attempting to assess risk. The EPI-CE Test may be able to help provide additional information for men who want to better understand their risk for aggressive or clinically significant prostate cancer.
There is no widely acceptable limit for justifying a biopsy in PSA range of 2 to 10 ng/mL. This is where The EPI-CE test can provide additional helpful information that allows doctors and patients to understand the risk of having clinically significant prostate cancer on biopsy.