My post-surgery pathology report is very good. This is, however, one line that sounds like its not as good or perhaps I am reading to much into it. It will put it down here, letter for letter, and see if any of you more experienced members can give me a take on the verbage. My doctor does believe in the current theory, that rapid psa velocity in the year before surgery often means additonal spread down line, despite having the surgery.
Surgical Margin Status:
Left Posterior Lobe: Infiltrating tumor microscopically appears to extend to marked left posterior margin.
(Note: in my case all of the cancer was on the left side)
David in SC