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UCLA Radiology is committed to providing outstanding patient care by combining excellence in clinical imaging, research, and educational programs with state-of-the-art technology.

UCLA Health offers the TULSA Procedure via the TACT 2.0 Clinical Trial and commercially. For the UCLA Health TACT 2.0 Clinical Trial, patients are only being treated for whole gland prostate ablation, but patients who do not meet the clinical trial eligibility can still pursue getting the TULSA Procedure within the commercial setting.

Prospective patients can read the study description and all details on patient eligibility for this trial on the ClinicalTrials.gov website.

Visit ClinicalTrials.gov for more information about TACT2.0


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1250 16th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404, United States


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Treatment team


Wayne Brisbane, MD

Assistant Professor Department of Urology

Assistant Professor of Urology. Dr. Brisbane received his medical degree from Loma Linda University School of Medicine. He completed a General Surgery internship and Urology residency at the University of Washington. He completed his Urologic Oncology fellowship at UCLA, focusing on prostate cancer. His research includes image-guided surgery and focal therapy utilizing advanced prostate cancer imaging with Micro-Ultrasound, MRI, and PSMA PET scans. Dr. Brisbane offers multiple forms of prostate cancer treatment and enjoys helping patients find the correct treatment for their specific tumor.


Steven S. Raman, MD

Director of Prostate MR Imaging and Interventions

Dr. Raman is an expert in abdominal and pelvic imaging and interventional radiology, especially in the area of tumor ablation. He has been the founding member of the UCLA Prostate Imaging Group, whose members include physicians and scientists dedicated to advancing the field of prostate imaging. Dr. Raman believes that MR imaging the best non-invasive solution for finding the most aggressive prostate cancer.


Matthew Quirk, MD

Assistant Professor of Radiology


David S. Lu, MD

Professor of Radiology
Chief of Cross Sectional Interventional Radiology
Director of CT, High Intensity Focused Ultrasound Program and UCLA Liver Tumor Ablation Program

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