The word “TULSA” stands for Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation. The TULSA Procedure is a minimally invasive procedure that uses directional ultrasound to produce very high temperatures to ablate targeted prostate tissue. The procedure is performed in a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) suite and uses the TULSA-PRO® system to ablate prostate tissue. The procedure combines real-time MRI with robotically-driven directional thermal ultrasound to deliver predictable, physician-prescribed ablation of whole-gland or partial prostate tissue.
The TULSA Procedure is radiation-free, incision-free and is a minimally invasive procedure enabling patients to avoid surgery. It is a customized procedure that is personalized based on the patient’s unique anatomy and prostate disease. Precise physician planning before the procedure, and active urethral and rectal cooling during the procedure enables the physician to avoid and protect critical structures around the prostate, minimizing the risk of side effects.
The TULSA Procedure is a one-and-done procedure, performed in a single session that takes a few hours. There is no need for repeat visits, meaning you can take less time off work, spend less time in the hospital, and spend more time living.
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