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Micro-ultrasound for detection of clinically significant prostate cancer

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Published: 24.02.20
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Dr Davide Maffei - Humanitas University, Milan, Italy

Dr Davide Maffei speaks to ecancer at EMUC 2019 in Vienna about the discrepancies between the work of his centre, which focusses on using micro-ultrasound diagnosis.

Dr Maffei gives a very thorough account of his study, including the way clinically significant lesions are identified, right through to the results of the study.

He ends by explaining what changes will come to clinical practise because of this, including cost-effectiveness.

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