Martijn Smeenge

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PURPOSE The purposes of this paper were to present the current status of contrast-enhanced transrectal ultrasound imaging and to discuss the latest achievements and techniques now under preclinical testing. OBJECTIVE Although grayscale transrectal ultrasound is the standard method for prostate imaging, it lacks accuracy in the detection and localization(More)
Several transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)-based techniques aiming at accurate localization of prostate cancer are emerging to improve diagnostics or to assist with focal therapy. However, precise validation prior to introduction into clinical practice is required. Histopathology after radical prostatectomy provides an excellent ground truth, but needs accurate(More)
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