Conventional and Contrast-Assisted Frequency Functional Ultrasound for Imaging of Prostate Cancer Extent and Response in Human Cancer Patients
In this observational study the investigators will undertake imaging studies on men with
prostate cancer. The primary hypothesis is that ultrasound spectroscopy could be used to
determine the extent of disease inside and outside of the prostate gland in patients with
prostate cancer. It is hoped that the changes in ultrasound backscatter parameters obtained
before radical prostatectomy could be used to correlate with pathological findings from the
prostate specimen after surgery.
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