New MRI Technique Could Help Early Prostate Cancer Detection

New MRI Technique Could Help Early Prostate Cancer Detection
Researchers at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center developed a new MRI technique that is able to detect prostate cancer in its early stages.

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  1. Lloyd L Crabtree says:

    In October 2000, I was a patient in the MRI study through the Swedish Urology Group in Seattle, WA. In comparing the MRI results with the post-surgery pathology of my prostate, it was almost 100% accurate. The MRI didn’t identify that the cancer had come through the prostate wall. The ultrasound for the biopsy had only showed a pea size tumor in the right side whereas the tumor was in both sides and on the right, about 2/3 full. My PSA at the time was 4.9

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