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Table 4 MRI features of all patients in the study

From: Tissue stiffness in BPH patients from magnetic resonance elastography

No Protocol Proportion of BPH Pattern of BPH PIRADS Prostate volume (ml) PSA (ng/ml) PSAD (ng/ml2) Other findings
1 mpMRI Glandular predominant Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 63.4 10.30
0.16
Chronic prostatitis and scar at left peripheral zone of mid gland
2 mpMRI Glandular predominant Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2/3 53.1 9.17
0.17
Hemorrhage at right transition zone of mid gland (1.5 × 1.2 cm)
3 mpMRI Glandular predominant Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 68.1 2.11
0.03
Hemorrhage at left transition zone of mid gland (1.2 × 0.3 cm)
4 mpMRI Stromal predominant Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 58.7 7.73
0.13
 
5 mpMRI Equal Pedunculated with bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 5) 2/3 239.7 11.04
0.04
A 0.8-cm prostatic utricle cyst with internal hemorrhage/high proteinaceous content
Several calcification foci
A small area of hemorrhage at right TZ of mid gland
6 mpMRI Equal Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 72.5 13.10
0.18
Minimal ascites in pelvic cavity
7 bpMRI Stromal predominant Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 161.2 26.70
0.17
Minimal ascites in pelvic cavity
8 bpMRI Equal Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 51.3 4.08
0.08
A prostatic utricle cyst 0.5 cm
9 mpMRI Glandular predominant Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 51.2 7.66
0.15
A few small high SI foci on T1W; probably calcification, high-proteinaceous content or hemorrhage
10 mpMRI Stromal predominant Bilateral TZ and retrourethral enlargement (type 3) 2 81.5 26.60
0.33
Minimal ascites in pelvic cavity