Normal size of the prostate gland

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What is the normal size of the prostate gland?

Prostate gland volume is estimated by multiplying the anteroposterior, transverse, and craniocaudal prostate gland dimensions and 0.52 (an approximation for π/6). Prostate gland volume normally increases with increasing age, and the prostate gland is generally considered to be enlarged when its volume is >40 ml.

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