Great, one more thing to worry about.
We had a CT scan done to see what we could see, came back all clear.
Doc said it looks fine, but as we were leaving the office we read the sheet and noticed this...
Segment one of the liver has a 1.5cm x 1.4cm hypodensity.
Given history of patient (PCa) we should follow up with a MRI.
We have surgery booked Oct.28.
In Canada I'm not sure we could get an MRI by then.
Doing some research it looks like the hypodensity is not that big of an issue but you never know.
What if it is?
We wouldn't go through with a radical prostatectomy, that's for sure.
I think it would influence our treatment choice if it is something serious.
This is the problem when you start looking for things, you find them.
Anyone have experience with this?