Prostate Cancer in Black Men
In the United States, approximately 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime1. The risk of developing prostate cancer is greater in African American men, and they are more than twice as likely to die from the disease. African American men are at greater risk of being diagnosed with prostate […]Read more
The TULSA Procedure Builds Bridges
The TULSA Procedure is a minimally invasive procedure that uses magnetic resonance (MR) imaging-guided transurethral ultrasound to ablate prostate tissue. This procedure is customizable, predictable, incision-free, and has been shown in a multi-national phase 1 study (30 patients)1 and a subsequent Pivotal study (115 patients)2 to be feasible, safe and a well-tolerated option for localized […]Read more
What is the difference between the TULSA Procedure and FLA?
FLA stands for ‘Focal Laser Ablation’. FLA is also referred to as laser interstitial thermotherapy. It uses a laser which emits high-energy light causing heat to ablate (destroy) targeted tissue1. During FLA prostate ablation, this energy is delivered to the prostate using a laser fiber, which may be housed inside a water-cooled applicator4. Using a […]Read more
The TULSA Procedure is Customizable for you
The TULSA Procedure is a customizable, predictable, and incision-free ablation of a physician-defined region of the prostate. The TULSA Procedure physician can customize the prostate area needing ablation to fit each patient’s individual needs. Depending on your prostate disease, you will work with your physician to customize the TULSA Procedure so that it is right […]Read more