12 December 2019

Recently, a trilogy of educational papers by our full professor Jelle Barentsz has been published in European Urology. The publications address what urologists need to know about prostate-MRI.

The trilogy entitled 'Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging for the detection of clinically significant prostate cancer: What urologists need to know' consists of three seperate papers:
  1. Part one: Acquisition
  2. Part two: Interpretation
  3. Part three: Targeted Biopsy
The papers show the basics to succesful prostate-MRI and MR-biopsy.

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