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therapy for focal malignancy: a unified approach to underlying principles, techniques, and diagnostic imaging guidance.
The authors found a 4-fold decrease in adenoma recurrence rates in first surveillance endoscopy with the use of thermal ablation
compared with the recurrence rates obtained in larger studies (5.2% vs.
In our study, the scolicidal agent effect was obtained through the thermal ablation
property of the radiofrequency waves.
All the numerical simulation results are meaningful to guide the doctors to perform HIFU thermal ablation
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To analyze the effect of the thermal ablation
over the treated tissue, four different regions (1 cm), according to their distance from the insertion point, were studied.
In situ nanocarbon assisted microwave therapy (NAMT) for application of targeting human prostate tumor cells in nude mice causing cytotoxic thermal ablation
using extremely short cycle microwave energy as primary therapy.
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," "radiofrequency ablation," "ablation," "RFA," "HALO," or "Barrx".
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is an increasingly exploited cancer treatment in which high temperatures are induced into the target zone, represented by the tumor plus a 5-10 mm safety region of surrounding normal tissue, in order to create an irreversible thermal damage.
Mahvi, "Electrical conductivity measurement of excised human metastatic liver tumours before and after thermal ablation
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