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PSA Reference Range and Cancer Probability Chart for Blood Test
|LOWER LIMIT NORMAL REFERENCE RANGE||HIGHER LIMIT NORMAL REFERENCE RANGE||SUSPISCIOUS REFERENCE RANGE||HIGHLY SUSPISCIOUS REFERENCE RANGE||UNIT|
|PSA (Total)||< 2.6||2.6 to 4||4 to 10||>10||ng/mL|
|CANCER PROBABILITY RANGE||0% to 19% chance||20% chance||25% to 45% chance||>67% chance|
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Ihor Cap, Ph.D. - Dr. Cap is an Education Research Specialist and Web Author.
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What is considered a normal range for PSA test? http://www.themedicalquestions.com/ge/010L23632011.html
Age-Specific Reference Ranges for PSA in the Detection of Prostate Cancer http://www.cancernetwork.com/prostate-cancer/content/article/10165/82348
The PSA Story: It's A Lot More Than a PSA Score http://www.drcatalona.com/quest/Spring04/quest_spring04_1.asp
Or see the following link https://youtu.be/JRudGR8qEEU