Caveat this is not 100% for anyone, so if you plug in your numbers remember these nomograms are an averages statistical thing. Use it as maybe a guide to confirm otherwise, maybe in conjunction with your doc, assuming they have input data to make staging or assessment variables up for your case. He uses: age, psa, gleason score (overall one you were assigned), T1 or T2, focal or multi-focal cancers.
The parameters of T1 or T2 you can learn about staging before you choose one of those for this particular nomograms. Also, the choice of 'focal or multi-focal' means findings to choose from one cancerous spot or biopsy/multiple areas, positive biopsies.
Also checkout bostwick labs website as for pathology, ploidity, PCA3 urine PCa testing and more on PCa....great site.