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Oklahoma CyberKnife presents an overview of prostate cancer, its different stages and possible treatment options.

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  • STAGES OF PROSTATE CANCER6802 South Olympia Ave Suite G100, Tulsa, OK 74132 (918) 949-6676www.oklahomack.com
  • A  prostate  cancer  diagnosis  can  be  scary.    Learn  more  about  prostate  cancer  and  how  we  can  help.    Please  note:  The  informa1on  presented  here  is  not  all-­‐inclusive.  Rather,  it  represents  a  star1ng  point  to  learn  more  about  medical  condi1ons  and  treatment  op1ons.  There  is  no  subs,tute  for  consul,ng  a  medical  professional.  6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  
  • Prostate Cancer OverviewPossible Signs of Prostate Cancer:Weak or interrupted flow of urineFrequent urinationTrouble urinatingPain or burning during urinationBlood in the urine or semenPersistent pain in the back, hips, or pelvisPainful ejaculation¨  The prostate is awalnut-sized glandlocated in a man’slower abdomen thatcontrols the flow ofurine and semen.¨  Prostate cancer is aleading cause ofcancer death amongAmerican men, secondonly to lung cancer.6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  
  • Diagnosing Prostate CancerProstate Cancer can be diagnosed by:¨  Digital Rectal Exam (DRE) – examination ofthe rectum.¨  Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test –measures the level of PSA in the blood. PSAmay be found in an increased amount in theblood of men with prostate cancer.¨  Transrectal Ultrasound – provides a picture ofthe prostate for the doctor to analyze.¨  Gleason Score – determines how likelyprostate cancer is to spread.6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  
  • The TNM Staging SystemA staging system describes how far a cancer has spread.The most widely used staging system for prostate cancer isthe American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) TNMsystem.The TNM system for prostate cancer is based on 5 keypieces of information:¤  The extent of the primary tumor (T category)¤  Whether the cancer has spread to nearby lymph nodes (Ncategory)¤  The absence or presence of distant metastasis (M category)¤  The PSA level at the time of diagnosis¤  The Gleason Score, based on the prostate biopsy (or surgery)6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  
  • Prostate Cancer - Stage I6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  ¨  Cancer is found in the prostate only.¨  Cancer is microscopic and cannot be felt during theDRE or seen on imaging tests.¨  Cancer is found in one-half or less of one lobe ofthe prostate.¨  PSA level is lower than 10 ng/mL.¨  Gleason Score is 6 or lower.
  • Prostate Cancer - Stage IIA6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  ¨  Cancer is more advanced thanStage I but has not spread outsidethe prostate.¨  The cells are usually moreabnormal and may tend to growmore quickly.¨  Cancer is found in more than halfof one lobe of the prostate.¨  PSA level is lower than 20 ng/mL.¨  Gleason Score is 7 or lower.
  • Prostate Cancer - Stage IIB6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  ¨  Cancer is found in opposite sides of the prostate.¨  Cancer cannot be felt during a DRE and is notvisible by imaging.¨  The tumor has not spread outside the prostate.¨  PSA level is 20 ng/mL or higher.¨  Gleason Score ranges from 2 to 10.
  • Prostate Cancer - Stage III6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  ¨  Cancer has spread beyond theouter layer of the prostate.¨  Cancer may have spread tonearby tissues like the seminalvesicles.¨  PSA can be any level.¨  Gleason Score can range from2 to 10.
  • Prostate Cancer - Stage IV6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  ¨  Cancer has spread(metastasized) beyond theseminal vesicles to nearbytissues or organs such asthe rectum, bladder orpelvic wall.¨  Cancer has spread todistant parts of the body,which may include otherlymph nodes or bones.Prostate cancer oftenspreads to the bones.¨  Cancer has spread tonearby lymph nodes¨  PSA can be any level.¨  Gleason score can rangefrom 2 to 10.
  • Prostate Cancer TreatmentTreatment OptionsActive SurveillanceSurgeryExternal-Beam Radiation TherapyBrachytherapyProton TherapyStereotactic Body Radiation Therapy¨  Treatment options depend on:¤  The stage of the cancer¤  The patient’s age and health¤  The patient’s Gleason Score¤  Whether the cancer is recentlydiagnosed or recurring¤  The patient’s prostate-specificantigen (PSA) levels6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  
  • CyberKnife® Treatment Process6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  ¨  Prior to stereotactic body radiation therapy with CyberKnife, smalltissue markers known as fiducials are implanted in the prostate tohelp pinpoint the tumor location throughout each treatment.¨  About a week later, patients are fitted with a custom body mold ofsoft material that they lie on during treatments. The fitting process ispainless.¨  This treatment processincludes¤  Consultation appointment¤  Pretreatment procedures¤  CyberKnife treatment¤  Follow-up
  • Additional Resources6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  
  • Our CenterOpened in 2008, Oklahoma CyberKnife is widely known as a leadingprovider of stereotactic radiosurgery. Oklahoma CyberKnife is service ofHillcrest Medical Center.If you or a loved one is diagnosed with prostate cancer, contact OklahomaCyberKnife to schedule a consultation with our physicians to determine the bestnext step for your treatment needs.Medical Director: Dr. Diane HeatonRadiation Oncologist: Dr. Joshua Garren6802  South  Olympia  Ave  Suite  G100,  Tulsa,  OK  74132    (918)  949-­‐6676    www.oklahomack.com  Connect  With  Us