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Objectives Anat & Hist Benign Neoplasms
 

Objectives

  1. Gross Anatomy and Histology

After completing this section you will be able to:

  • list the various parts and structures that form the prostate
  • describe the basic gross anatomy and histology of the prostate
  • explain the clinical importance of the various areas within the prostate
  1. Benign Conditions:

After completing this section you will be able to:

  • describe the relationship between nodular prostatic hyperplasia and sex hormones
  • describe the clinical and histologic features of nodular hyperplasia
  • describe the relationship between nodular hyperplasia and carcinoma of the prostate
  • list the possible complications of nodular hyperplasia and explain how they occur
  1. Neoplasms

After completing this section you will know:

  • the clinical and histologic features of prostatic carcinoma
  • the serum markers for prostatic carcinoma
  • the importance of histologic grade and clinical stage in assessing treatment and prognosis of prostatic cancer
  • the typical radiographic appearance of prostatic carcinoma metastatic to bone
  • the management of occult carcinoma of the prostate


 
Objectives Anat & Hist Benign Neoplasms