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Bone metastasis from prostate cancer.

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Bone metastasis from prostate cancer.

History: Patient is a 60 y/o WM with history of prostate CA, s/p radical prostatectomy with regional lymph node resection. Patient subsequently underwent 2 courses of chemotherapy treatments with response. With 3 months the patient developed bone metastases from his prostatic carcinoma. He is currently enrolled in a trial therapy, which requires interval follow-up diagnostic imaging study to evaluate response to therapy.

Findings: Multiple sclerotic lesions involving the vertebrae and the iliac bones consistent with metastases from prostate cancer

Ddx: Bone metastases most commonly from prostate Sclerotic Paget's- less likely Infection, such as tuberculosis, unusual without joint space involvement

Exam: PSA levels: Increasing levels of PSA from 15.81 to 96.91 during a six month period of time

No MeSH data available.


Axial CT with bone windows of the thoracic spine shows Multiple sclerotic lesion consistent with metastasis from prostate cancer.
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Bone metastasis from prostate cancer.

Patterson RAP - MedPix

Axial CT with bone windows of the thoracic spine shows Multiple sclerotic lesion consistent with metastasis from prostate cancer.
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MPX1774_synpic24333: Axial CT with bone windows of the thoracic spine shows Multiple sclerotic lesion consistent with metastasis from prostate cancer.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Bone metastasis from prostate cancer.

History: Patient is a 60 y/o WM with history of prostate CA, s/p radical prostatectomy with regional lymph node resection. Patient subsequently underwent 2 courses of chemotherapy treatments with response. With 3 months the patient developed bone metastases from his prostatic carcinoma. He is currently enrolled in a trial therapy, which requires interval follow-up diagnostic imaging study to evaluate response to therapy.

Findings: Multiple sclerotic lesions involving the vertebrae and the iliac bones consistent with metastases from prostate cancer

Ddx: Bone metastases most commonly from prostate Sclerotic Paget's- less likely Infection, such as tuberculosis, unusual without joint space involvement

Exam: PSA levels: Increasing levels of PSA from 15.81 to 96.91 during a six month period of time

No MeSH data available.