— John, TULSA Procedure patient
— Dave, TULSA Procedure patient
— Ben, TULSA Procedure patient
The TULSA Procedure is a radiation-free, incision-free, minimally invasive procedure. It is a customized procedure that is personalized based on the patient’s unique anatomy and prostate disease. Precise physician planning before the procedure and active urethral and rectal cooling during the procedure enables the physician to avoid and protect critical structures around the prostate, minimizing the risk of side effects.
Reported preservation of erectile function at 1 to 2 years1
Reported preservation of continence and were pad-free at 1 to 2 years1
Reported maintenance or recovery of erectile function at 3 years2
Reported continence and no men were incontinent at 3 years2
1. Lumiani, et al. “Single center retrospective analysis of fifty-two prostate cancer patients with customized MR-guided transurethral ultrasound ablation (TULSA)” Urologic Oncology (2021)
2. Klotz, et al. “MP46-03-Pivotal trial of MRI-guided transurethral ultrasound ablation in men with localized prostate cancer: Three-year follow-up”. The Journal of Urology Suppl (2021)
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