“From a screening perspective, mpMRI really has changed how we evaluate men at risk for prostate cancer. It has improved the selection of men for biopsy and certainly improved our diagnostic rates,” says William P. Parker, MD.
Urology Times® is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022. To mark the occasion, we are highlighting 50 of the top innovations and developments that have transformed the field of urology over the past 50 years. In this installment, William P. Parker, MD, discusses the use of multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) in prostate cancer. Parker is a practicing urologist at The University of Kanas Health System and an assistant professor at the University of Kansas Medical Center.