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Beryllium Content of the Normal Human Prostate Gland: A Systematic Review
Acta Scientific Medical Sciences
The knowledge concerning etiology and pathogenesis of most prostatic malfunction and pathologies is very limited. Notwithstanding advances in medicine, the diagnostics of benign hypertrophic and cancerous prostate has relentlessly increased in intricacy and inconsistency. A supposal has been made that beryllium (Be) level in prostate gland may aid in resolving these problems and especially as a biomarker of prostate cancer. As a result in many studies the normal prostatic Be measurements havedoi:10.31080/asms.2020.05.0872 fatcat:si5277ubcbambb7ig6awuvt74m