|Systemic Fungal Infection and PSA
Jan 19, 2000
In the absence of bacterial or viral infection of the prostate, and absence of cancer, can fungal infection of the prostate (aspergillosis/blastomycosis/cryptococcosis/histoplasmosis) cause a positive PSA/freePSA?
Response from Dr. Feinberg
Not to my knowledge.
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