neuroablation

neuroablation

(nūr″ō-ăb-lā′shŭn)
The destruction or inactivation of nerve tissue, with surgery, cautery, injections of sclerosing agents, lasers, or cryotherapy.
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The IOCPs Andrew Williams presented a seminar on "Percutaneous cryogenic neuroablation of Mortons Neuroma under image guidance".
During the neuroablation application to patients via RF, it must be away from the electrode and the device must be turned off (12).
"It's nondestructive, compared with neuroablation; it reduces the abuse of narcotics; and it can improve a patient's ability to perform activities of daily living," said Dr.