Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, October 31st, 2006
"Gray-scale ultrasound is widely used for assessing BPH and for obtaining prostate biopsies. However, it has limited value for evaluating cancer in the prostate," investigators in the United States reported.
"To improve ultrasound as an imaging modality of the prostate, many new technologies, such as color and power Doppler, 3-dimensional ultrasound of the prostate, and contrast-enhanced ultrasound have been developed. In addition, treatment modalities using ultrasound for the treatment of BPH have been developed," explained G.E. Amiel and colleagues,...
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