QuickScan on
Prostate cancer

Question 1

Male, 68 years old, is diagnosed with PCa during a check-up.
  • Medical history: no relevant comorbidities or medication
  • PSA: 23 ng/ml
  • Clinical stage: T3a
  • Prostate biopsy: ISUP grade group 5 [Gleason score: 4+5]
  • Standard imaging: no signs of positive lymph nodes or metastases
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Which of the following options do you consider most appropriate for this patient?