Radboud Umc - TULSA Procedure

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With nearly 10,000 employees and 3,500 students, Radboud umc combines patient care, research, and scientific training. Our mission is to have a significant impact on healthcare.

The TULSA Procedure is performed at the MITeC facility, under real-time MRI guidance in patients with localized prostate cancer. MITeC, which stands for Medical Innovation and Technology expert Center, groups together researchers, surgeons, technicians and other medical experts. At MITeC, the efficacy, efficiency, safety, and feasibility of innovative surgical procedures are assessed in studies. We further develop those procedures that have proven to have added value to patient care.

This MITeC environment is unique in Europe because of the combination of technology development and determination of clinical relevance by means of evidence-based surgery.

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Center address

Geert Grooteplein Zuid 10, 6525 GA Nijmegen, The Netherlands

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Treatment team

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Jurgen Futterer MD PhD

Full Professor, Radiologist

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Dr. Joyce Bomers

Technical physician

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Dr. Michiel Sedelaar

Urologist

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Miranda F├╝tterer

Chief MRI technician

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