Atypical/HGPIN Prostate Biopsy Result
If your prostate biopsy result comes back as Atypical/HGPIN, meaning your results are not malignant (positive), but somewhat abnormal or suspicious, your doctor may choose to get more information about your specific results in order to determine the best next step in your care.
Metamark offers PTEN/ERG, molecular tests which can immediately follow your prostate biopsy analysis and help determine the risk of aggressive disease. This additional information may help you and your doctor make a more informed decision in determining the right treatment path for you.
Talk to your doctor about which test(s) may be right for you.