What if you don’t have a prostate?
At most, there will 'only' be one prostate, cancerous though it may be, at the table ;-)
72years old @ Dx, LUTS for 7 years
Ulcerative Colitis since 1973
TURP 2/16, G3+4 discovered,
3T MRI fusion guided biopsy 6/16
14 cores; G 3+3, one G3+4
RALP 7/17 G3+4 Organ confined, but...
<1mm positive margin on Epstein check
pT2c pNO pMn/a
98% dry, ED minimal
ercMRI & DCFPyL PET Scan @ NIH/NCI
1" tumor remains at apex. No mets.
Persistent PSA .54 after 4 months
2ADT; IMGT 70.2 GY, over 5/18