My husband, who is 61 years old has recently been diagnosed with Grade 3 Prostate cancer. His PSA was 5.31, before being diagnosed. The biopsies showed 2 suspicious areas. One had a Gleason score of 3-3 (no worries), but the other one had a score of 4-3, with a clinical stage of T1. They also do not think it has spread to the lymph nodes . The Urologist ordered a bone scan to make sure it had not spread to the bones. There were two areas that showed up as suspicious. One was on his knee and the other one is on one of his ribs. The doctor then ordered an x-ray of his knee and a CT scan of his chest area. The x-ray of the knee does not show any finding consistent with cancer. However, the CT scan does show an abnormality in the left 5th rib adjacent to the spine. They said it has the appearance consistent with metastatic disease. He said it is still not 100% certain. They may do a needle biopsy of the rib area. He said a negative finding could be a false negative, due to technical difficulties with a bone biopsy. The doctor is going to discuss my husband's situation with a Multidisciplinary Genitourinary Tumor Board group to get more input. Has anyone been through this before and are there any other tests he should have done? Thinking of getting a second opinion. Thanks for any help. I was feeling positive about all of this and his prognosis, until this came up on the bone scan. Now, I'm scared.