The prevalence of nephrectomy, partial nephrectomy and ablative
procedures were compared in academic and community hospitals by state (Fig.
This causal explanation is best illustrated by the analogical diffusion of all ablative
(LOC-) local cases, namely the elative, ablative
and egressive (cf.
All of the patients who did not undergo ablative
transplant were unsuitable candidates for ablation because of advanced age, prior ablative
treatment, or concomitant disease.
Surgical excision of small breast cancers--the procedure that nonsurgical ablative
techniques seek to replace--is an outpatient therapy done under local anesthesia with or without intravenous sedation.
and phase change optical recording use the same basic principle of writing data to a disk by locally changing the reflectance of a recording layer.
techniques could eventually replace surgery, he said that he is not ready to cast aside surgical resection as the treatment of choice for primary and secondary liver tumors.
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Inlight brought to Syneron the most advanced scanner and ablative
laser technology which, in combination with Syneron's know-how in light tissue interaction, enabled us to bring to the market the most advanced and versatile system for a wide range of ablative
skin rejuvenation procedures.
The restoration of function following ablative
surgery for oropharyngeal carcinoma presents a challenge to the head and neck reconstructive surgeon.
cautery done through a high-resolution anoscope seems to be a safe and effective--although painful--treatment for high-grade squamous intraepithelial lesions of the anus in HIV-negative patients.
The heat, later estimated to be more than 2,700 degrees, was burning away the ablative
coating and melting huge holes in the skin of the lower tail fin.
Our Acculis MTA system revolutionises ablative