I've just registered so I am new here. I need your help and if possible, I'm ready to help others aswell.
Sorry for my English, I'm Spanish and although I speak English I'm afraid technical words are going to be difficult for me to translate, so I beg your pardon for my mistakes.
My husband, 68, is very likely to have PC according to the results of a Multiparametrical Magnetic Resonance. I'll try to transcribe it for you:
"Multiparametrical Magnetic Resonance is done by 3Teslas with high pottential resolution in T2, diffussion with high B values. The prostate is enlarged with and has diameters “anteroposterior and transverse 4’2 and 5´8. “cráneocaudal diameter 6’1.
At the posterior peripheric zone of the base and medium thirth a hipointense lesion is detected in T2 with remarkable restriction of the diffusion and remarkable increase of relief. Size 2’2 cm, transverse diameter x 0’9 diameter “anteroposterior cráneocaudal”
High possibility cancer clinically significative.
The lesion touches highly the capsule.It is Puffed(I didn’t know how to translate it). And it’s probably that there is tumoral affectation extraprostatic minimum.
Seminal vesicles and neurovascular “paquete” (package?) have normal characteristics . Pelvic ademopatias significative are not identified.
Sorry for this stuff. I’m sweating! I’m not sure you will catch everything as this is technical English.
He had had two previous negative biopsies. His PSA right now is 4.2. It has been fluctuating during the ten last years. It has been much higher than now.
He has no problems or symthoms.
Can someone tell me something, please? I’m afraid it has gone out of his prostate.
By Tuesday he’s seeing his urologist in Madrid. We are taking the test results to him. I’m really scared.
Thanks in advance and good evening from Spain.