The turnaround time from test to report vary from institution to institution. I don't think it would be unreasonable for results to be released with 5 days of having some diagnostic radiology performed. Having said that, with a Gleason 5.9, bone metastasis related to prostate cancer would be unlikely. Although there has been evidence of the limited utility in bone scan in detecting micometastasis. To note, lung and breast (with the addition of prostate) have an affinity to spread to the bone.
Thank you for your question and good luck.
Ashutosh (Ash) K. Tewari, MD
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