New transducers may simplify prostate ultrasound therapy
This article was originally published in Clinica
A US team says it is making headway in its efforts to develop new transducers for improving the performance of ultrasound surgical beams for treating prostate cancer and benign enlargement of the prostate. The transducers will be able to simplify ultrasound-based treatment for prostate cancer, says study researcher, Leon Frizzell of the University of Illinois, Chicago.
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