CT guided

CT guided

adjective Referring to a diagnostic biopsy taken from a focal abnormality identified by computed tomography (CT).
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Oncologic efficacy of CT guided percutaneous radio-frequency ablation of small renal cell carcinoma.
CT guided radiofrequency (RF) ablation has proved to be a very effective, minimally invasive, and safe technique that can be used in the treatment of osteoid osteoma, and has emerged as the treatment of choice in symptomatic lesions.
Apart from the clinical assessment and scans, a series of X-ray guided and CT guided injections are utilised to help identify and exactly localise the pain source.
If the pain does not improve, selected patients may require the entire mesh to be removed, and others may require injections via CT guided pudendal nerve block of the main trunk or the peripheral branches.
Minimally invasive options such as, video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS), CT guided percutaneous drainage, cervical drainage (irrigation/suction) and trans-esophageal endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) represent safe and effective management strategies, in certain cases (4-6).
Over the past year Tracy has played a leading role in setting up a number of initiatives to enhance patients' experience at the hospital including a day case CT Guided Lung Biopsy Service.
and was responsible for much of the early development of CT guided robotic systems for joint replacement surgery.
After 2 nondiagnostic CT guided biopsies, a laparoscopic biopsy of the retroperitoneal lymph nodes demonstrated, to our surprise, classical Nodular Sclerosis HL.
We report a case of asystole during CT guided percutaneous ethanol injection under MAC, which was managed successfully.
5T Short Bore General Electric Signa LX MRI Scanner, Millennium MG Nuclear Imaging System and Outpatient Ultrasound and CT Guided Biopsy equipment and an interior private elevator.
For the second group, the intratumoral injection of TNT was directed by thoracic CT guided catheter using a multiple-hole needle.