Fox2 News Dr. David Levine is a gynecologist with Mercy Hospital, St. Louis who discusses traditional treatments for uterine fibroids and the SONATA Study offering the latest technology. Mercy Hospital is the only clinical study site in the state amongst 22 other US sites. Read
Philly.com Dr. Nicole Morin, Dr. Minda Green, Dr. Dipak Delvadia, and Marisol Burgos watch the computer screen during performance of a new procedure using ultrasound and radio frequency for a trans-cervical uterine fibroid ablation at Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia on Monday, April 25, 2016.
Baltimore Sun Dr. Vadim Morozov, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Maryland Medical Center, is testing the Sonata System, which is used to image and treat fibroids without surgery. Read more>>
The University of Mississippi Medical Center Newsletter “You deliver heat energy directly to the fibroids, which can dry and shrink them,” said Dr. Jay Hudgens, assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology and lead investigator for the UMMC study site. Read more>>
Seattle Magazine “It may be because it’s more common the older we get, and fibroids tend to be more troublesome closer to menopause,” speculates Dr. Linda S. Mihalov, a general gynecologist specializing in minimally invasive surgery, at Virginia Mason Medical Center. Read more>>
A minimally invasive device developed by Gynesonics of Redwood City, CA, to treat uterine fibroids by integrating ultrasound imaging and radio frequency ablation has been tested in Germany and could be an alternative to controversial power morcellators. Read more>>