Prostate cancer is a malignant tumor that develops in the prostate; gland the size of a walnut, located below the bladder and produces the fluid portion of semen.
Initially, the tumor remains within the outer capsule of the prostate, but with increasing size, is spread through the capsule and into the tissues surrounding the prostate.
Cancer cells also can be inferred from the primary tumor.
The lymphatic ganglion, near to the prostate, traps and becomes secondary tumors, or metastases. In addition, the tumor can spread through the blood vessels, producing metastases in the back, spine and pelvis…