Enlarged prostate with total glandular volume of 40.2 cc
Enlargement of central portion of gland representing 32% of glandular volume most commonly seen in BPH.
Suspicious lesion in right posterior medial / posterior lateral peripheral zone from the apex to the basal gland between the 6 and 9 oclock position. this lesion has a volume of 7.49 cc. and has a pirad score of 5.
the peripheral zones are noted for scattered non specific areas of decreased signal intensity most commonly seen with chronic prostatitis. (pirad 2)
The surgical capsule prostate is intact.
The seminal vesicles are normal.
There were no periprosthetic,peripelvic,obturator, or deep pelvic lymph nodes.
Th marrow signal is normal throughout the limited imaged portions of the bony pelvis.
My psa was 26 a month ago. This is all new to me and any thought would be appreciated.
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