The following article was on practice update this week. It may be of interest to some of you.
Wow difference between G4 and G3 is surprising.
Doesn't explain why some high G tumours are low PSA producing?
A much higher PSA than can be accounted for from biopsy results can set alarm bells ringing. That was my case: biopsy G3 with a tiny amount of G4, but a PSA of 32. Conclusion: a strong suspicion of undetectable spread ("micro mets"). Recommendation: whole pelvic RT to zap said postulated but unseen nasties.
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