Diagnosis -  CT-Scan and Bone scyntography

CT (Computerized Axial Tomography)
CT is a procedure which utilises x-rays and which produces 3-dimensional images of internal organs. It can be used to extract pelvic lymph-nodes which have grown too big, but the results may be insufficient to determine a diagnosis. The images of the tomography become important only when a cancer is locally invasive and has spread to other organs, with high levels of PSA.

Bone Scyntography
This is a procedure in which a nuclear isotope is injected intravenously which should help to detect bone metastasis. It is not carried out on patients with small cancers or low levels of PSA.