I would recommend it to everyman at the first sign indicating probabilities to cancer (including those multiparametric MRIs). My leg muscles were so developed from the cycling that they couldn't find the lymph nodes in my right groin. They had to make an incision in my bladder to get the prostate removed. We are the good ones and have done nothing bad. Hi VG, Thanks for replying with a very informative post....Of course when I asked the original question, I really wanted the repy....."NO! He explains that the MRI is showing "something" and it is small. The guy who followed me every day, was having treatment for a very serious reoccuring cancer (head and neck) and that would set the tone for him as the days went by, and we got to be pretty good "buds". So,  Sara ( Dr. Ferguson) has removed 11 Melanomas in 1 1/2 years, all have had to have follow ups surgery done. The electric 6 string or the bass player. It' s just another problem that can arise, as your immune system is fighting. It was high and worrisome and my grumpy urologist’s explanation did not help me at all. I was a serious Road Cyclist, and it was thought that the cycling was causing a slight rise in the PSA. I started building up time on the spinner bike to 100 - 120 minutes per day. To many Ab Crunches and heavy lifting. So, My advice is get the biopsy. But either way it remains a subordinate bit of data, to assist after a biopsy is in hand. No one modality does it all. "Our research suggests that the different biopsy methods identify different tumors," study author Leonard Marks, a researcher of urology at UCLA, said in a news release. Only the biopsy will do that. In fact, my doctors say they are very surprise that I have done this well, because of where I was at the beginning of this battle, three years ago. You have to Speculate to Accumulate.......More worries!! Don't mess around with this beast. It would probably not be approved by an insurance carrier for preliminary diagnostic  purposes. A breast MRI scan might also be used to assess the … Here are some links that may be interest to you; http://www.cancernetwork.com/articles/percent-free-psa-test-may-prevent-unnecessary-biopsies, https://www.webmedcentral.com/article_view/3463, Hi VGama, Thanks for replying.....I was under the impression that although not brilliant, a free PSA of 23% wasn't a terrible figure....In fact the British association of Urological surgeons use a figure of >22% as most likely benign....My lab test stated > 23% (so guess I'm on the cusp)....that and the fact that my first test of 7.5 dropped to 4.3 within 2 weeks ....(does this sound like a man clutching at straws? I have been off the Lupron for 6 months now, and my Testosterone has started to come back up. The results for MRI prostate cancer detection are shown in this table: MRI specificity (correctly identified presence … It helped, I think. [1] Since TRUS biopsies are not targeted, they can lead to overdiagnosis of clinically indolent tumors, while missing clinically significant prostate cancer foci. MRI accurately showed final tumor size to within 1 cm in 12 (57%) of 21 patients, underestimated tumor size by more than 1 cm in two patients (10%), and … mpMRI, a fabulous predictive tool for PCa. The study shows the MRI and ultrasound exams complement each other. The Doc at the hospital said that if I "wasn't bothered" I could wait for my next PSA check and see what was going on. If I need more further surgery, it is done by another surgeon who comes to town once a week. As far as I know, mpMRI is a valuable tool for those cases where a biopsy cannot be performed or it becomes unnecessary due to the evident advanced status of a patient (moving him straight to a treatment), or when a repeated biopsy is done under guidance (in a CT/MRI). Please be aware of all the side effects from these drugs and treatments. I didn't realize it, because I didnt' know her married name. This is what your private guy in London may have implied. Your conventional PSA rise, or 'vector' (also called 'Doubling Rate') was significant, but it also does not 'prove' anything. MRI pathway and systematic biopsy are at least equally accurate for detecting clinically important prostate cancers. Here in Central PA, they usually had Country Music going. Whole body MRI is highly accurate in the early detection of breast cancer metastases Date: May 9, 2010 Source: American College of Radiology / … Back to you.....I may have missed something, and I admit to being on a very steep learning curve here, but in light of your staging I wouldn't have thought that surgery would have been an option for you, or did they think that all was clear at the time? The MRI, on the other hand, gives doctors the chance to zero in on a particular lesion in the prostate and gather tissue from that location. Hi Will, Glad you liked Dr Feelgood.....They're not to everybodys taste......They were a typical Pub Rock band who made good and then fell apart within a few years.....A bunch of working class (you'd say blue collar) boys from a very poor part of industrial Essex, called Canvey Island (about 30miles from London). However for some reason, I changed my mind. The European uro-radiology  “built” a score system based on the data collected from several respected physicians who use to predict cancer not diagnose it. My last three check ups have been clean with no surgery needed. At my last check up, my PSA still remains at <0.010, where it has been since two months post surgery. A five and a half hour surgery is a marathon for everyone concerned....Hats off to your surgeon for having the stamina.....Funnily enough a couple of weeks ago I was sitting at the PC doing some Prostate research when I noticed a lumpy mass in my right side of my abdomen......I immediately freaked and thought...."Lymph nodes".....made an emergency appointment to see the GP......walked into the surgery, he said "trousers down, shirt up" had a feel....Inguinal hernia......Great! Results: Estimates of the sensitivity of MRI for the detection of cancer vary widely depending on method of analysis used and the definition of significant disease. I hope they find the spots to be benign and that the seesaw PSA was related to a case of hyperplasia. I have heard of the MRSI scanners that use spectroscopy to detect chemicals found in cancer, but I must admit to being a bit confused, are you saying that the mpMRI cannoct detect cancer? Your scheduled biopsy will unveil the mystery, and it will tell you if you are rightful for an AS program. Dr Miller had to rebuild all that mesh after he was done doing the surgery. I went back to Urology and insisted on a different doctor. (he isn't the consultant obviously) I explain my reason and he asks to see the lowered test results, I show him. The side effects, etc from my treatments have "worn off" enough, so they say, that the Melanoma has gone back into remission. Doctors also use it to learn more about cancer after they find it, including:The size and location of the tumorTo plan cancer treatments, such as surgery or radiation therapyTo see how well treatment is working Nobody get on top of a table and shouts MRI rules! So, they put me on Prolia for Bone Density to try and correct the problems the other treatments created. Hi Max, What you say is true, but I have had this OCD thing since I was about 8 years old.....Can't unlearn 50 years of bad habits in 10 minutes, especially at times of stress....Plus I have an intensely curious nature......Most OCD types do, we need to "know" answers to questions....We don't let things lie. We were even doing some high speed drafting practice. The ancient Greek philosophers of Plato's day would gather for all-night discussions of any topic whatsoever. I ask him if it is confined to the gland (it is) ....But they need to do a biopsy to see what it is. In cases larger than 15 mm, MRI was 100% accurate. Johnson is not the guy I saw on the other videos. ....is the smart way to go..............the possible side effects of the various treatments, especially surgery can be  very severe.. Hi H&O, I'm of course hoping that I don't have to make that decision....but my pessimism is getting the better of me. I had been in for surgery for a Melanoma and in the blood work it showed a PSA of 4.3 as with you. There are also other centers of excellence that run Active Surveillance programs for men. As of August 14th, I will be a three year survivor from the time of diagnosis. I even found myself "blaming" her for not making me go to the hospital 3 years ago when the GP wanted to refer me....(how unfair and bitter is that?). If only that Grumpy Urologist (who is still at the Urology Department) had been like my present doctor, I woudln't be in the shape I am right now. So make sure and get yourself in the best condition you can and then get right back at it as soon as you feel up to it. To emphasize in the usa, and  the regulations for administering PSA have changed a couple of years ago, so there are less diagnostic psa's for many, thus resulting in less men being diagnosed and less radical treatments (these guideline were most likely changed because of the overtreatment among those with low level disease.....by the way many do not believe that a gleason 6 is a cancer, and the term cancer should not be used to describe a gleason 6. The cohort was numerous but the image studies were from earlier CT and MRI machines, which image results would be out of date if used in building a “score” with more sophisticated equipment. I had Melanoma surgery about 13 - 14 years back, with lymph nodes removed. I did all sorts of tests all negative with the exception of the PSA. I think that guys in the USA are much more health/prostate aware than we in the UK. Many times I was riding with the student cycling team members from the Pennsylvania State University Cycling Team. I was sitting up in bed watching a Soccer Game (Your football). Active Surveillance does not prejudice the benefit of a future treatment. The rest of that night I was at the hospital. I was ready to do the surgery from the first day I found out I was dealing with this cancer. It seems the only real requirement was that gallons of wine be present. Now I'm very worried. This holds true even when the breast lesion is not detectable using other imaging methods such as mammogram, X-ray or physical examination. Additionally new drugs, technology and methods of localized treatment such as SBRT aka Cyberknife have been done and are fairly mainstream which are now available. Never say never. ....Hospital appointment yesterday to discuss results with urology dept. MY GP Suggested a different doctor. Several groups have convincingly shown that dynamic contrast enhancement and spectroscopy each improve detection and that … We already have plans talked through if that occurs. But no amount of speculating, no amount of worry or imagining, will give you definitive answers. First they had trouble getting the robot through the mesh from a double abdominal hernia repair. Whatever decision you may take, please do not rush. Many men when first diagnosed, are shocked and afraid, and simply want to get the cancer out of their body. The trick is to just do the clinically advisable things and remain informed regarding what the results show. I went in for a check up at Urology. We always have the Rhythm and Blues station on through our cable music system, and in the cars through the Sirius XM. The study included 300 men, including 248 with prostate lesions visible using MRI. However, if a sample is taken from these tissues (guided biopsy) and found by a pathologist to be cancerous then the patient would be declared positive and the image exam would provide the extend (size) of the tumour. The team then performed statistical calculations on the assembled data. All manner of rambling is welcome... OCD can really jerk a guy around. This is because of the poor sensitivity and specificity of PSA, and the issue of over-treating men with non-life threatening tumours.3 The current diagnostic technique requires trans-rectal ultrasound (TRUS)-guided biopsy prompted by an abnormal digital rectal examination (DRE) and/or increased PSA. I myself herald from the US state of South Carolina, founded by English aristocrats in the 1600s. Autopsies of men who die of other c… These were called Symposia, from which they current English word symposium is derived. That's what they told me. Though some prostate cancer can grow and spread quickly, it usually spreads slowly. "Improving our ability to see the location of cancer in the prostate in real time opens up the door for treatment innovations," Marks said. I had done enough research at the time to "know" that a DRE won't show anything suspicious a lot of the time....So when I questioned him about his confidence he said "I have felt thousands of Prostates....You do NOT have cancer...Now go and take your wife to lunch"......I still fail to see what he had to gain by this statement unless he genuinely believed it. The prostate may be small, but it has an important job: producing semen, the fluid that carries sperm from the testicles out of the body. Do things coordinately and timely. I went to him , and again my DRE didn't show much of a problem. MRI inaccuracy in treatment monitoring. On the sub, many of us "coners" (guys working in the forward end of the ship) would do music trivia, so getting off track for a moment into the realm of music seems not like a serious offense to me. Endoscopy. She walked in the first time and said "Hey Mr, D (that's what the kids called me), remember me?" They talk of remission. When my PSA rose 3x's in a row about 1 1/2  years after treatment and a recurrence was considered possible, I was given an MRI/MRSI (magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging) scan that detects for the presence of choline which is a marker for cancer. Dont' mess around with this beast. In my own case, my level of apprehension has declined in the last 7 years. The content on this site is for informational purposes only. That was the area where the radiation had hit. Made appointment and turned out that the doctor was a former female student of mine. As of now my "T" levels seem to still be coming back up. Things will work out for you......recomend that you take your wife out for another lunch...make it  today. If only I had gotten this doctor the first time. For instance, one should secure an insurance that would cover treatments before been diagnosed positively (NHS is free but conditional to certain exams and therapies). She suggested a doctor. Our cancer detection rate, while using different methods in tandem, surpasses that from using either method alone. I hadn't heard about the situation with Johnson. There are other cyclists and runners, One of us is even a body builder and is doing competitions. They may be used to locate large solid masses and distinguish benign from frankly malignant ovarian tumors, with overall accuracy of 88% to 93%. They always keep it real and make sure I understand that the cancer could and probably will come back at some later time. Surely, the PSA can be high due to other causes and a blinded biopsy can miss affected cancerous tissues but in the end, the biopsy may provide you peace of mind. With the help of powerful magnetic field and radio waves, MRI creates detailed images of tissues as well as internal organs. My GP thought we should have an exam at Urology. ", Hi H&O....Interesting statistics, obviously you had very low involvement, and got onto a research project, and they seem to be throwing all manner of tests your way.....I'm glad that it is all working out right for you....I'm 8 years younger than you were when you got your diagnosis (nice birthday present) not that that makes any difference.....66 is the new 40 right?......Maybe if the docs were to give me a 25 year guarantee along with the free servicing I might (only might) sign on the dotted line......I wonder that when you're going for one of your regular scans, psa tests etc. He explained all this to me around 10:30 the night of the surgery. That was mentioned earlier in this section by Hopeful & Optomistic. It can be done, but it just slows down the process. While recent studies have demonstrated that MRI is more accurate in detecting tumors than other diagnostic procedures, there are barriers that … In fact for low level cancers the long time prgression of disease  are similar between those who have had surgery and those in an Active Sureillence program. So, As Sara wanted, I have " three pairs of eyes" checking me over on a regular basis. It is almost routine to do a standard mpMRI scan for early PCa diagnosis. These can predict the clinical stage (advancement) of a positive case. When a doc tells you that "something" has shown up on an MRI scan a cold clammy hand grabs at your innards and won't let go...(I lost both my parents to cancer so am always aware that genetically I'm in the losers corner). Use of this online service is subject to the disclaimer and the terms and conditions. So, the Lupron caused leg muscle and bone and joint pain on top of the arthritis. So, the urologist wanted to do a biopsy. ).....I have had so many aches and pains since this all began (all attributable to PC of course.....in no way related to my age ).....The one thing that is freaking me out at the moment is a grumbling hip pain....I have now convinced myself that this "Means" something....I'm now kicking my butt that I never went to the hospital 2 and a half years ago when my GP wanted to send me with my 3.1 PSA (I knew better...thought 3.1 being only .1 above the cutoff for my age was "SAFE"....Ignorance and denial will get you every time), In life it pays to be born lucky.....You certainly have to be lucky overall with doctors....As you say things could have worked out so much differently for you had you got the right doctor first time round....The only thing I could really say is maybe my GP could have twisted my arm and "made" me go to the hospital back then, but overall it's not her responsibility....I'm an adult....she did agree to check my PSA every 6 months instead of annually, so I can't complain.....I'm in the UK so under the NHS and despite the fact that they get a "bad press" sometimes they have been excellent to me (so far)....The hospital urologist just surprised me really with his attitude.....Not unpleasant, just very businesslike.....never even introduced himself, I had to ask his name....Its always possible of course that some Doctors are not very good when faced with patients who they have to give bad news to......Maybe it's a kind of defensive mechanism....don't get too friendly in case the patient asks too many questions, and you have to give him some dodgy answers....Maybe I'm reading too much itno it...Maybe he's just generally an A**hole. ", Using a combination of ultrasound and MRI to screen for prostate cancer was as much as 33 percent more effective than one method alone, according to a new study. I did and I am sorry. Just got to suck it up and see what the next few weeks brings. So, they wouldn't have been able to get the seeds into the postions they needed to be. Then, They did a bone density scan, and found that I had gained bone density everywhere in my body, except in my Femurs. They had my trestosterone knocked down to 17 with the Lupron. He said yes, and told me I'd know if I was over doing it. As radiologists, we follow a measure called “as low as reasonably achievable.” This means we give enough radiation to create CT images that are of high enough quality that we can make a good clinical decision, but we keep the radiation as low as possible to minimize risk. As I mentioned in my earlier post I was all for cancelling the hospital appointments (that denial thing again), but my wife is the one with the common sense.....So here we are....The hospital doc says this thing is small and it's still contained within the capsule, but I know small doesn't necessarily mean not nasty and I guess that unless they do other tests they wont know about any spread....This is what I am freaking about at the moment....Think this is called the "bargaining phase"...I'm still cheerleading for the Prof, but I think that my mind is leading me down other paths......None of them Rosy....To say I'm not taking this well would be an understatement...I agree when you say that we can't believe that it is us that have been picked on.....I have always tried to make light of stuff like this (all the time aware that both my mother and father were taken with cancer at reasonably young ages  70 and 65) ...I've always maintained a healthy weight, kept fit....Could have probably eaten a few more vegetables, but other than that....I now walk down the street and see older or obese men and say why me....guess that's natural......Anyway enough whingeing.....Thanks for your post and your kind words. It's just another pain in the butt, but please don't let anything like that slip in as you go along this fight. PS...I think he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2012.....He was given nine months to live at the time....Guess he's about your age now.....Not as fit I'll be guessing. In three weeks I will go through all my blood tests again and have my 4 month checkup with Urology. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice. Finally They got the robot moved to the lymph nodes. MRI creates cross-section pictures of your insides. The doctor was awful. In the PCRI annual conference of 2013, Dr. Jelle Barentsz, a respected radiologist specialized in interpreting image studies of the prostate from the times of the “Combidex” exam, (radiology at Utrecht, Nederland) introduced his video-conference system for analyzing image studies live, which were sent to him from hospitals around the world. The biopsy followed and it was positive in all needles. Dr. Miller (my urologist / surgeon) had told me that because of my physical condition and my "Youth" (at which I laughed until I cried) I was a good candidate for the Robotic Assisted Surgery. I was listed as a Stage pT3bN1. All other tests and exams (image studies) are complimentary to the biopsy results and will be essential when judging/determining the status of a patient. Tony, you do not know if or if not you have any cancer at this time, but if you are diagnosed with a low aggressive, low volume disease this can be a consideration. Lesions on MRI were assigned a PIRADS score and comparison made with histopathology results. I was a Music Teacher and taught Instrumental Music in the public schools, plus an elementary & middle school band director. Please consult your healthcare provider with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition. The cancer detection rate among women who actually underwent MRI screening was 16.5 per 1,000 … Then, when they got in there, they found the birth defect. After that appointment I thought I wanted to have the radiation instead of the surgery. I now feel like I have shot myself in the foot as I have now booked a biopsy for 2 weeks time and the results 2 weeks after that, so instead of finding out yesterday I now have another 4 weeks to sweat before I get a (maybe) definitive answer.......Basically my question is this: Has anybody had the experience where an MRI scan has shown up something which turned out to be nothing to worry about....or is the doc just not being 100% straight with me? I was into cycling pretty heavy. It went fine. I was left laying along the road. Based on this evidence, MRI could easily be used as a more accurate method of confirming malignancy in small nodules and help with the early diagnoses of HCC. 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