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Abstract #0970

PI-RADS and Gleason Scores: Are they Correlated? Experience in 298 Patients

Sarah Alessi 1 , Paul Summers 1 , Ara Alconchel Pilar 1 , Sara Raimondi 1 , Gennaro Musi 1 , Salvatore L Renne 1 , Deliu V Matei 1 , Giuseppe Renne 1 , Ottavio De Cobelli 1,2 , Barbara A Jereczek-Fossa 1,2 , Massimo Bellomi 1,2 , and Giuseppe Petralia 1

1 European Institute of Oncology, Milan, MI, Italy, 2 University of Milan, Milan, MI, Italy

To investigate whether Prostate Imaging Reporting And Data System (PI-RADS) score and Gleason score (GS) are associated, 298 consecutive biopsy-proven prostate cancer patients underwent multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging of the prostate. Each lesion was given a PI-RADS score and assessed for location, size and probability of extra-prostatic disease. The highest PI-RADS score reported for each patient was compared with the GS of final histology. Patients with a PI-RADS scores of 4 and 5 had respectively more than three and 13-times higher probabilities of having a GS≥7 than patients with PI-RADS≤3. The highest PI-RADS score and Gleason score were strongly associated in our cohort.

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