A 35-year-old male asked:
My ct(abdomen & pelvis) results are: -hypodensity in the midline of prostate measuring 10 mm
suspicious osseous lesions
what should i read from it?
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A Verified Doctoranswered
May be stone...: Prostate stones of various size and amount are common, usually scattered in the vicinity between its central and peripheral zones, and usually carry no clinical significance such as not associated with cancer or infection. So, it may be just stone and leave it alone. But, if indeed highly suspicious for something unusual, follow the instructions of your doctor. Otherwise, don't worry for now.
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Last updated Mar 23, 2014
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