Temperature profiles of 980- and 1,470-nm endovenous laser ablation, endovenous radiofrequency ablation and endovenous steam ablation

@article{Malskat2014TemperaturePO,
  title={Temperature profiles of 980- and 1,470-nm endovenous laser ablation, endovenous radiofrequency ablation and endovenous steam ablation},
  author={Wendy S. J. Malskat and M. A. L. Stokbroekx and C.W.M. van der Geld and Tamar E C Nijsten and Renate van den Bos},
  journal={Lasers in Medical Science},
  year={2014},
  volume={29},
  pages={423-429}
}
Endovenous thermal ablation (EVTA) techniques are very effective for the treatment of varicose veins, but their exact working mechanism is still not well documented. The lack of knowledge of mechanistic properties has led to a variety of EVTA protocols and a commercially driven dissemination of new or modified techniques without robust scientific evidence. The aim of this study is to compare temperature profiles of 980-and 1,470-nm endovenous laser ablation (EVLA), segmental radiofrequency… 

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