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Image-guided tumor ablation: standardization of terminology and reporting criteria.
The field of interventional oncology with use of image-guided tumor ablation requires standardization of terminology and reporting criteria to facilitate effective communication of ideas andExpand
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Principles of and advances in percutaneous ablation.
Image-guided tumor ablation with both thermal and nonthermal sources has received substantial attention for the treatment of many focal malignancies. Increasing interest has been accompanied byExpand
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Image-guided tumor ablation: standardization of terminology and reporting criteria--a 10-year update.
Image-guided tumor ablation has become a well-established hallmark of local cancer therapy. The breadth of options available in this growing field increases the need for standardization ofExpand
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Image-guided tumor ablation: standardization of terminology and reporting criteria--a 10-year update.
Image-guided tumor ablation has become a well-established hallmark of local cancer therapy. The breadth of options available in this growing field increases the need for standardization ofExpand
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Report of a national conference on liver allocation in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma in the United States
A national conference was held to better characterize the long‐term outcomes of liver transplantation (LT) for patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and to assess whether it is justified toExpand
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Radiofrequency versus microwave ablation in a hepatic porcine model.
PURPOSE To compare microwave (MW) and radiofrequency (RF) ablation in a hepatic porcine model. MATERIALS AND METHODS Institutional animal research committee approval was obtained. Nineteen pigsExpand
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Hepatic Microwave Ablation With Multiple Antennae Results in Synergistically Larger Zones of Coagulation Necrosis
AbstractBackground: Microwave ablation is a promising treatment for unresectable liver tumors. Unlike radiofrequency ablation, microwave ablation may be performed with multiple simultaneously activeExpand
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Three-dimensional finite-element analyses for radio-frequency hepatic tumor ablation
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We constructed three-dimensional thermal-electrical FEM models consisting of a four-tine RF probe, hepatic tissue, and a large blood vessel (10-mm diameter) located at different locations. Expand
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Image-guided tumor ablation: standardization of terminology and reporting criteria.
The field of interventional oncology with use of image-guided tumor ablation requires standardization of terminology and reporting criteria to facilitate effective communication of ideas andExpand
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Microwave tumor ablation: mechanism of action, clinical results, and devices.
Microwave ablation uses dielectric hysteresis to produce direct volume heating of tissue. Microwaves are capable of propagating through many tissue types, even those with high impedance such as lungExpand
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