Here is the nomogram you are looking for. It calculates the probability of being recurrence-free 6 years after salvage radiation based on your specific data. I have some room for interpretation in my data - e.g., it asks if there waslymph node metastasis. I had an enlarged lymph node that was targeted as part of my SRT, but have no confirmation that it was enlarged due to PCa.
So far I am recurrence-free 3 1/2 years after SRT. rcc.simpal.com/692O71
-DX March 2002 - PSA 9.4, 5 of 10 cores positive - 30-50%.
-RP April 2002. PT3B N0 MX Gleason=7 (3+4), 75% left lobe; small focus right lobe.
-Post-surgery PSA low of 0.01; slow rise to 0.4 (August 2009).
-SRT Jan/Feb 2010. Enlarged lymph node near prostate bed targeted. Casodex 3 months during SRT
-PSA 0.00 Apr 2013; <0.02 Sep 2013 (new lab)
Post Edited (Bohemond) : 12/2/2013 7:39:11 PM (GMT-7)