My husband is 50 years old. After CT in September he have diagnoze carcinoma prostatae Gleason scor 5+5 but tumor marker PSA was only 6,4.He receved hormon teraphy with zoladex and casodex 3 mounths . We made scan on the bones and they where o.k. But from last week he start to have big pain in the stomach , and when the doctor sow him on CT he said that over the hepaticus there is a cancer sells with dimenzion 4x3x3 cm. Tell me what is best opinion for him , is it surgery can help to stop the cancer or chemoteraphy or something else .
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It is difficult to determine what the doctor saw on the CT scan is cancer or another enlargement of a gland or node. A biopsy of this mass may be needed to determine if it is indeed cancer or not. However, your husband should continue on his chemotherapy regimen as recommended by his physcian.
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