18 April 2019

During the annual meeting of the Japanese Radiological Society in Yokohama Jelle Barentsz became honorary member.

He received this award because of his extraordinary work in the field of prostate and bladder MRI. He introduced prostate MRI and the so called PI-RAD system, that now is the World-standard in the interpretation of prostate MRI. This results in reduction of 50% of prostate biopsies.

Jelle Barentsz is member of theme Urological cancers.

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