My pathology had two notes under "diagnosis."
"Revised report": adenocarcinoma with varying neoplastic glands, combined Gleason score 6 (3+3), involving 5% of tissue, one of two cylinders.
Then it says "Revised" previously reported as adenocarcinoma with varying and fused neoplastic glands, combined Gleason score 6 (3+3), involving 5% of tissue, one of two cylinders.
It later says "case was revised due to error in diagnosis"
Anyone have any idea what the difference means, the reference to "fused glands" was edited out. What does that mean? I guess it doesn't matter since it's been "corrected" but what did they think they saw before they changed it?
Age 60 PSA 2.7, DRE abnormal rt side, biopsy 6/9, 5 cores from rt side
Dx 6/15 - 1 of 5 positive, Gleason 6 (3+3), 5%, T2a
Cat scan being scheduled