. I don't know how selective I need to be with Radiation treatment.
Others here more knowledgeable than I might want to chime in on this, but it's my understanding that salvage and/or adjuvant radiation therapy is more technically challenging than primary radiation treatments.
I believe this has something to do with the target. When shooting a prostate alone, the other organs in the region are easier to plan around. With no prostate....it's easier to damage stuff one doesn't want damaged while still killing the bad guys.
PSA 2010 thru 2014...4.0 plus/minus .7
Dx 12/14 @ 56 yo...2 cores G6 <5%, 1 core G6 20%, 1 core HGPIN.
RALP 11/25/15....2nd cath removed 12/22/15, G3+4, EPE -, SV -, nodes -, 5mm margin +, PNI +, 15% involvement pT2xN0
PSA .01 01/08/16
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