No specific level of PSA is considered normal, as men with heightened or low levels of PSA can still have prostate cancer, according to the National Cancer Institute. Doctors have historically considered PSA levels at or... More »

A PSA test result between 4 and 10 indicates a 25 percent chance that prostate cancer exists, explains American Cancer Society. The chance of having prostate cancer when PSA levels rise above 10 increases to 50 percent, ... More »

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A prostate-specific antigen level of 6 nanograms per milliliter is considered elevated and may indicate an enlarged prostate, prostatitis or prostate cancer, according to WebMD. A patient with a recent history of urinary... More »

A screening test result of elevated prostate-specific antigen level or an abnormal digital rectal exam can be a possible sign of prostate cancer, according to National Cancer Institute. However, other conditions can also... More »

www.reference.com Health Medical Ranges & Levels

A PSA test result between 4 and 10 indicates a 25 percent chance that prostate cancer exists, explains American Cancer Society. The chance of having prostate cancer when PSA levels rise above 10 increases to 50 percent, ... More »

www.reference.com Health Medical Ranges & Levels

PSA levels in men may rise due to prostatitis or a urinary tract infection, prostate biopsies and prostate surgery, states the National Cancer Institute. Conversely, lower PSA levels may be caused by certain drugs such a... More »

As of 2015, the PSA levels range chart is a guide that doctors previously commonly used to screen men for prostate cancer, reports the National Cancer Institute. The PSA levels range chart is controversial as prostate-sp... More »