Is There A Role For Surgery In Men With Nodal Oligometastatic Prostate Cancer After A Biochemical Failure?
Recently there have been a number of conversations in the prostate media around the topic of treating oligometastatic prostate cancer with a curative goal. Oligometastatic prostate cancer describes the disease state where primary treatment has failed as evidenced by an increasing PSA along with scanning evidence of a limited number of lymph nodes involved in and near to the prostate bed. Because of the development of better scanning technology and scanning contrasts more oligometastatic disease has been identified and so the conversation escalated about their treatment. The most commonly discussed treatments have involved radiation therapy. In a presentation at the [...]