Prostate Cancer Cryotherapy
Prostate cancer cells can be destroyed by freezing. During cryotherapy, needles or probes capable of very cold temperatures are inserted into the prostate cancer. Ultrasound is used to guide the needles. After a short period of freezing, the needles are withdrawn.
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