Microwave ablation: results with a 2.45-GHz applicator in ex vivo bovine and in vivo porcine liver.

@article{HinesPeralta2006MicrowaveAR,
  title={Microwave ablation: results with a 2.45-GHz applicator in ex vivo bovine and in vivo porcine liver.},
  author={Andrew U Hines-Peralta and Nadeer Pirani and P. Clegg and Nigel Cronin and Thomas P. Ryan and Zhenjun Liu and Shraga Nahum Goldberg},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={239 1},
  pages={94-102}
}
PURPOSE To characterize the relationship between applied power and treatment duration in their effect on extent of coagulation produced with a 2.45-GHz microwave applicator in both an ex vivo and a perfused in vivo liver model. MATERIALS AND METHODS All experimentation was approved by the Institute of Animal Care and Use Committee. Multiple tissue ablations were performed in ex vivo bovine liver (120 ablations) and in vivo porcine liver (45 ablations) with a 5.7-mm-diameter 2.45-GHz microwave… CONTINUE READING

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