tissue ablation

tissue ablation

The coagulation, cooking, drying, or destruction of tissues, e.g., with cautery, chemicals, or thermotherapy.
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For instance, Medtronic developed a Visualase MRI-guided laser ablation device that monitors tissue ablation in real time.
According to analyst IDTechEx, this is just the beginning, with technologies emerging in multiphoton microscopy, kidney stone and soft tissue ablation, and dentistry.
HIFU is a technology that was cleared by the Food & Drug Administration for prostate tissue ablation in 2015.
A decrease in beam focus quality limits the degree of tissue ablation in MRI-guided HIFU treatment of uterine fibroids.
Gilbert also has extensive experience in neuromodulation and tissue ablation. His technical experience in both chemical engineering and medtech yields a unique perspective in the strategic development and assessment of global patent portfolios.
Rubinsky, "In vivo results of a new focal tissue ablation technique: irreversible electroporation," IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, vol.
The radiation system provided the microwave power to generate the tissue ablation, while the thermometry system measured the temperature increase during each experiment.
Codman Neurosurgery's existing portfolio and new product pipeline in advanced hydrocephalus, neuro-critical care and electrosurgery complement Integra's leading products and pipeline in tissue ablation, dural repair and cranial stabilization.
Recent advances in HIFU, which was developed in the 1940s as a viable thermal tissue ablation approach, have increased its popularity.
The company was established to develop and commercialise innovative intellectual property and novel device technology in the field of radiofrequency tissue ablation.
The vaporization method requires the optic fiber surface to move in circle around the starting point while tissue became ablated until a tissue ablation pit with a diameter of about 2 cm formed.