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Tubal Occlusion via Ultrasound
Tubal occlusion via ultrasound is a technique developed at the 2015 MIT Hacking Medicine event. The concept purports to develop a dual-mode probe that will support visualization and treatment via ultrasound. Treatment will consist of administering high-intensity ultrasound to the uterotubal junction (cornua) to induce a sclerosing effect that will lead to tubal closure.
May 30, 2018
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The team who developed the concept is currently pursuing potential funding opportunities to develop the probe and conduct proof of concept testing.
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