TRUS GUIDED PROSTATE BIOPSY FOR CANCER PROSTATE

Overview

Our doctor might take a sample of tissue from your prostate gland to look for cancer cells. This can be done during a transrectal ultrasound. It can help to diagnose prostate cancer and is called a biopsy.

You might have an MRI scan before your transrectal ultrasound-guided biopsy.

This is a type of needle biopsy to look for cancer cells in the prostate. our doctor takes a series of small tissue samples from the prostate to examine under a microscope.

You have the biopsy through your back passage (rectum) using a transrectal ultrasound scan

You have the biopsy in the outpatient department.

You can’t have a TRUS biopsy if you have a urine infection. Our hospital might get you to do a test before you have the procedure. Or just check with you that there’s no pain when you wee.

You take antibiotics to stop infection developing after the biopsy. You have a dose of antibiotics before the biopsy, and then for a couple of days afterwards.

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