Radiofrequency ablation for non-spinal osteoid osteomas in 557 patients

@article{Rimondi2011RadiofrequencyAF,
  title={Radiofrequency ablation for non-spinal osteoid osteomas in 557 patients},
  author={Eugenio Rimondi and Andreas F. Mavrogenis and Giuseppe Rossi and Rosanna Ciminari and Cristina Malaguti and Cristina Tranfaglia and Daniel Vanel and Pietro Ruggieri},
  journal={European Radiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={22},
  pages={181-188}
}
AbstractObjectivesTo present the results of biopsy and computed tomography (CT) guided radiofrequency ablation (RFA) for non-spinal osteoid osteomas, and compare the results before and after procedural modifications.MethodsWe retrospectively studied 557 patients with non-spinal osteoid osteomas treated with biopsy and CT-guided RFA. In 68 patients we used 3-mm CT at 2-mm intervals, 19 G/5-mm active tip electrodes, and one 4-minute ablation at 90–93°C. In 489 patients we used contiguous 1-mm CT… 
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