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Suffering from back pain. Took MRI, PET scan report. Check with the report. Treatment?

HELL sir, my brother in law is suffering back pain REPORT -.MRI[LS]-marrow Fat lession in axial skeleton involbing whole spine & PET SCAN Report-skeleton metotasis [vertebral bones& pelvis bone] & blood PSA-55mg/ml & USG- prostatomegaly. we are awaited report for CT guided FNAC from prostate, CT scan of pelvis. i want to know about treatment & the expences because our monytary condition is poor.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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If you are located in a city where oncologist/general surgeon are available or a hospital run by available,your patient may be advised to seek radiotherapy of metastasis (likely to be from prostate)and chemotherapy(drugs) ,hormones and supportive medicines at a reasonable expenditure, with far off metastasis, no surgery of prostate may be advisable, so only palliative (supportive care0 may be advised. FNAC report shall be co-related with raised PSA , and Gleasons score( a score for histological amount of malignant cells in prostate )will also determine line of action.In Govt. set ups expenses are subsidised
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