Your prostate cancer
risk stratification should be mentioned. You should mention your baseline PSA value before treatment and staging based on pathology report. As your gleason's score was 10 most probably your disease was high risk prostate cancer. In this case adjuvant radiation
may have some role ( pelvic radiation). Anyway it is not clear whether radiotherapy was given or not. Now you have to check your PSA value at regular interval. As radical prostatectomy
has been done then PSA value more than 0.2 ng/ml may indicate biochemical failure. then your treatment can be changed. another issue you have to know whether at any time your PSA value came below 0.03 ng/ml or not. This has got prognostic implication. Prostate cancer and malignant neoplasm
of prostate are synonymous. take care.