This trial is testing whether MR-HIFU ablation is a safe and effective treatment for Osteoid Osteoma, a painful bone condition, in children and young adults.
6 Primary · 3 Secondary · Reporting Duration: 12 months
Awards & Highlights
1 Treatment Group
1 of 1
30 Total Participants · 1 Treatment Group
Primary Treatment: MR-HIFU treatment · No Placebo Group · Phase 2
Who is running the clinical trial?
Age No minimum age - 30 · All Participants · 1 Total Inclusion CriteriaMark “Yes” if the following statements are true for you:
Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a risk in using MR-HIFU to treat patients?
"While there is some data indicating that MR-HIFU treatment is safe, as this is only a Phase 2 trial, there is not yet any evidence to support its efficacy. Consequently, our team has given it a score of 2." - Anonymous Online Contributor
How many people have signed up to participate in this clinical trial?
"That is correct. The listing on clinicaltrials.gov indicates that the research team is currently looking for 30 individuals to participate in this trial at a single site. This study was first made public on January 28th, 2021 and has since been updated on November 8th, 2022." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Are there any specific requirements to take part in this clinical trial?
"We are looking for 30 osteoma or osteoid patients that meet the following age criteria: 0-30 years old. It is essential that potential participants also fit the following descriptions: less than 18 years old must have a legal guardian present during recruitment, prior unsuccessful treatments including but not limited to CT-RFA and/or surgical resection." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Does this study involve elderly patients?
"This particular medical trial is seeking patients aged 0-30. There are other research programs available for children and elderly patients." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Are we currently enrolling people for this research project?
"The study, which was originally found on clinicaltrials.gov on 1/28/2021, is still recruiting patients and looking for more volunteers." - Anonymous Online Contributor