tumor ablation

tumor ablation

Destruction of tumor masses that cannot otherwise be treated by means of the application of chemicals, heat, or other forms of energy.
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Contract award notice: Framework agreement for the necessary supply of needles for tumor ablation by microwave for the osi barrualde galdakao
However, it has been shown that local tumor control is highly dependent on complete tumor ablation, and recurrence in larger nodules (> 5 cm in diameter) is remarkably worse than in smaller ones (5, 6).
sup][44] However, ultrasound examination can still only poorly reveal tumors in isolated locations; therefore, tumor real-time puncture guidance, real-time monitoring of tumor ablation therapy, and other applications are limited.
In the treatment of OO of the CP, we recommend open surgical procedure with tumor ablation by drilling instead of CP resection, presenting a safe, simple and low-cost method that simultaneously completely destroys the lesion and preserves the anatomical and functional role of CP.
Ning 'Carl' Yu, a medical oncologist/surgeon at Fuda and consultant doctor, to undergo the latest FDA-approved procedure, the irreversible electroporation (NanoKnife) for tumor ablation.
In addition to the spinal compression fracture segment, we believe DFINE's Star Tumor Ablation Kit complements and enhances Merit's oncology business," said Fred P.
Tumor ablation is a minimally invasive, image-guided treatment procedure that is used to destroy cancer cells in the chest, lung, and liver.
The InterVapor platform is now being tested and validated as a possible treatment for lung cancer tumors in a first-in-human study of regional lung tumor ablation in patients with early stage lung cancer and lung metastases.
The unique anatomy of the perioral region makes tumor ablation and surgical reconstruction particularly complex.
Another researcher Ernst Martin said that the ability of focused ultrasound to accomplish both small lesions for functional neurosurgery as well as bulk lesions for tumor ablation is amazing.
It explains vascular pathology, the fundamentals of angiography, noninvasive vascular imaging, and vascular interventions; anatomy, imaging, disorders, and uses for various arteries, veins, aorta, and pulmonary circulation; image-guided percutaneous biopsy; percutaneous abscess and fluid drainage; gastrointestinal tract, biliary, gallbladder, percutaneous genitourinary, image-guided breast, and musculoskeletal interventions; and image-guided tumor ablation.