cryoprobe


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cryoprobe

[′krī·ō‚prōb]
(medicine)
A blunt instrument that can be chilled to a temperature of -162°F (-108°C); used to freeze tissues in cryosurgery.
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23) Usually, under fluoroscopic guidance a cryoprobe (1.
Finally, the electronically chilled cryoprobe is used to rapidly chill the area being treated.
15]N cryoprobe attached to a cryoplatform (the preamplifier cooling unit).
7,8) In 1977, Rodgers and colleagues demonstrated that the endobronchial application of a cryoprobe to tracheal stenoses in sheep was not only safe but that the lesions healed with minimal submucosal fibrosis?
PG is a benign lesion though surgical excision which includes excision of lesion from connective tissue from which it arises, as well as removal of local etiological factors is treatment of choice other conventional surgical modalities like cryosurgery (16,17) in form of liquid nitrogen spray or cryoprobe, Nd: YAG, co2 and flash lamp pulsed dye lasers (18,19) also been used for treatment of oral PG.
A game-changer in routine small molecule NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance), Bruker's affordable NMR CryoProbe Prodigy delivers up to a 3-fold sensitivity boost and 10-fold throughput enhancement at an attractive price.
The resulting closed-cycle cryoprobe is extremely compact, can operate indefinitely, and does not require ventilation.
4T Mouse Brain Quadrature CryoProbe from Bruker BioSpin AG and Bruker BioSpin MRI GmbH, Faellenden, Switzerland, combines a variety of improvements to reduce measurement time by a factor of five over other MRI instruments.
With this procedure a supercooled cryoprobe is used to halt the blood supply to fibroids.
5cm above the lesion and the appropriate cryoprobe (straight, right angled or flexible) is inserted through the bronchoscope (Figure 3).