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... kcon has already covered the facts, but here's another look from a different viewpoint with some background and other imaging options. ... (6 replies)
... Just started reading this post. kcon, is it expected to see small nodes on a CT scan? ... (6 replies)
... rays. In prostate cancer patients, the CT scan is used to look for prostate cancer which has metastasized, or spread. ... (6 replies)

... That's a mouthful. ... (6 replies)
... You make a good point about whether these scans are really necessary. ... (31 replies)
... I would like to extend my own welcome to the Board to you and your dad. ... (11 replies)
... hope you are just a temporary visitor, which seems highly likely. I only know a little about epididymitis, but I'll add a comment about prostatic infections that might apply. ... (7 replies)
... :DHello again, Yes I'm here and taking a break from 7 1/2 hours of working on my deck today. It's nice to get away from it. :D I'll intersperse some answers in green. Jim (4 replies)
... up appt. yet, but after he meets with a radiologist for consult this week, he'll decide what tx to undergo. The ordering surgeon of the bone scan and CAT scan is at a different hospital from where these procedures were done, and he was on vacation last week. ... (6 replies)
... because of the many reasons for variation in size. As I have read, a 1. ... (6 replies)
... and, doing a CT scan and bone scan in such a case is also counter to those recommendations. The reasons, in essence, are that the lymph node check and those scans are rarely useful in such cases. ... (70 replies)
Stressed out!
Jun 27, 2009
... Hi and welcome to the board! :) It took me months to get online information after being diagnosed, and you got there almost immediately! Way to go! :cool: (26 replies)
... He covered a lot of key ground, and I too think you have a real shot at a cure. ... (22 replies)
... Hi Rosie, I'm going to insert some comments in green. (14 replies)
... I was dx'd at age 58 and, like you, I initially went into shock, denial and avoidance. The thoughts of surgery and the after effects scared the heck out of me! ... (34 replies)
Any Thoughts
Sep 10, 2017
... nt, and not all pathologists are skilled in interpreting the pathology slides from the biopsy. Often the first reading is done fairly locally, and it can be by a general pathologist who does analysis for various diseases, including many types of cancer, and for men, women and children. ... (17 replies)
... I'm so glad that Irv continues to do well. I did expect it, but this disease sometimes upsets our expectations, and it's reassuring to have a good result. ... (33 replies)
... I've read the helpful responses you have already received, and I'm glad your mind has eased a bit. ... (13 replies)
... I'll take a pitch at this because I don't think it has been answered in the other responses. ... (31 replies)
... After seeing two more doctors yesterday, I have a more complete picture of my Dad's PC, and his test results. And I will try to relate the options they gave us, although very confusing. ... (31 replies)

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