Short- and Mid-term Effects of Irreversible Electroporation on Normal Renal Tissue: An Animal Model

@article{Wendler2012ShortAM,
  title={Short- and Mid-term Effects of Irreversible Electroporation on Normal Renal Tissue: An Animal Model},
  author={Johann Jakob Wendler and Markus Porsch and Sarah H{\"u}hne and Daniel Baumunk and Peter Buhtz and Frank Fischbach and M. E. Cocom Pech and Dirk Mahnkopf and Siegfried Kropf and Albert Roessner and Jens Ricke and Martin Schostak and U. B. Liehr},
  journal={CardioVascular and Interventional Radiology},
  year={2012},
  volume={36},
  pages={512-520}
}
Irreversible electroporation (IRE) is a novel nonthermal tissue ablation technique by high current application leading to apoptosis without affecting extracellular matrix. Previous results of renal IRE shall be supplemented by functional MRI and differentiated histological analysis of renal parenchyma in a chronic treatment setting. Three swine were treated… CONTINUE READING