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".
CT-guided blocks and neuroablation of the ganglion impar (Walther) in perineal pain: anatomy, technique, safety, and efficacy.
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.