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Figure 2: Patient had salvage radiotherapy to prostatic bed alone postradical prostatectomy. Prostate-specific antigen subsequently dropped to nadir of 0.08 in October 2012 and started to slowly rise. The last prostate-specific antigen in June 2015 was 1.87 μg/L. The patient had various staging scans over the last 2 years, all of which were normal. Prostate-specific membrane antigen positron emission tomography detected an avid pelvic lymph node. The patient went on to have targeted radiotherapy

Figure 2: Patient had salvage radiotherapy to prostatic bed alone postradical prostatectomy. Prostate-specific antigen subsequently dropped to nadir of 0.08 in October 2012 and started to slowly rise. The last prostate-specific antigen in June 2015 was 1.87 μg/L. The patient had various staging scans over the last 2 years, all of which were normal. Prostate-specific membrane antigen positron emission tomography detected an avid pelvic lymph node. The patient went on to have targeted radiotherapy