Month: August 2014

Information For Patients Is Outdated

By: Dan Sperling, MD Out of curiosity, I took a tour of well respected websites that offer prostate cancer treatment information to patients or those worried about the disease. I was disappointed with the results of my “survey.” When it comes to treatment, I found primarily conventional information. Here are summaries of what four renowned keep reading

Why I Don’t Use An Endorectal Coil With MRI

By: Dan Sperling, MD If you had a chance to read my article at you know that some centers prefer to do MRI scans of the prostate using and endorectal coil. At the Sperling Prostate Center, we do not use this device. An endorectal coil is essentially an “antenna” placed into the rectum during keep reading
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