I found the video quite interesting, but it is certainly not easy to follow. To tell the truth I prefer videos of cats doing silly things.
I requested copies of my own MRI scans. I could just about make out the anatomy but could not do any real interpretation of them. In this video Dr Jalf does a lot of interpretation of images taken with different techniques. Amazing that he can spot slight differences in brightness and conclude a lymph node is cancerous.
The later part of the video showing hifu(?) being guided by MRI showing the whole prostate being destroyed in a very controlled manner was great.
As Barry said in one of your earlier threads most people on this site are uk based and treated on the NHS I don't think many of us will be able to better the research you have already done in this area.
On one of your previous threads you listed your treatment choices. Assuming you go for one of these excellent scans. How will it affect your treatment choice?
In the video he says he can now detect cancerous nodes down to 2mm, but presumably you will be worried about the 1mm cancers which he can't detect.
If no micromets are discovered, will you book a scan somewhere else in the hope that someone else has a bigger and better scanner and they might find some?
If micromets are discovered, will you abandon any direct treatment of the prostate and just go on HT for the rest of your life?