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Bone metastasis from prostate cancer.

Patterson RAP - MedPix

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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 image with bone windows of the pelvic bones shows sclerotic lesions of the iliac bones consistent with metastses from prostate cancer
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Bone metastasis from prostate cancer.

Patterson RAP - MedPix

Axial CT image with bone windows of the pelvic bones shows sclerotic lesions of the iliac bones consistent with metastses from prostate cancer
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MPX1774_synpic24335: Axial CT image with bone windows of the pelvic bones shows sclerotic lesions of the iliac bones consistent with metastses 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.