Talk:Atypical small acinar proliferation

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Suspicious for carcinoma

K. PROSTATE, LEFT MEDIAL INFERIOR, BIOPSY:
- SUSPICIOUS FOR ADENOCARCINOMA;
- HIGH-GRADE PROSTATIC INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA;
- SEE COMMENT.

COMMENT:
Part K has patchy basal cells in atypical foamy glands with AMACR positivity. This may
represent high-grade prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia (HGPIN) with outpouchings;
however, carcinoma cannot be excluded. Close follow-up and a re-biopsy is suggested. This
part was reviewed internally.

ASAP following prior biopsy with small volume Gleason 6 cancer

The findings of the prior biopsy are noted. 

In the context of the prior prostate biopsy, follow-up with re-biopsy when clinically indicated could be considered.