MRI PI RADA 5 tz/afms lesion: What are the chances it's cancer?
New to the group. 57 years old. Last regular blood work revealed a PSA of 5.91. There has been a steady increase since 2019 when my first PSA was a 1.8; followed a 2.1, a 3.57 and then the 5.91. Referred to my uro for a consult. 3t mri on 3/16 revealed a PI RADS 5 , 19mm x 10 mm lesion in the anterior transition zone extending into the fibromuscular stroma. Multiple areas in peripheral zone that are PIRADS 2. PSA density is .15. Have some moderate bph but nothing the uro thought was overly concerning. Did another PSA test at the consult for the biopsy less than 4 months from my 5.91 result and that revealed my current PSA is now at 6.7. Targeted and random core fusion guided biopsy set for 4/18. Anyone have knowledge or experience with tz/afms lesions, chances of cancer with the PI RADA 5, and if so, treatment options? Difficulty finding much info on the internet for transition zone cancers.