In our present study, the residual thermal energy was defined as the thermal energy released from the ablation area
when the temperature after ablation gradually decreases to the body temperature.
By modulating the power and treatment time, it might be possible to increase/decrease the ablation area
. It is important to address the importance of the improvement of FEM models in order to use it as a tool for treatment planning.
The RFA needle was localized in real time under CT guidance, and then the electrode needle was inserted into cancer and push out internal umbrella-like hook-shaped cluster electrode 3-5 cm slowly according to ablation area
and the adjacent structure.
"In 1965, the ablation area
of Khatling trunk glacier orientation was towards the south.
The extent of ablation area
was presumed by the echogenic change around the antenna.
The ablation area
on the sample surface was 10 mm x 10 mm.
published that ablation area
was larger than conventional methods by preventing any possible hydrocarbons that in adjacent tissue of electrode by using the Cool-wet tip (CWT) made by complexly applying coolant circulation system and the discharge of normal saline solution.10,11 In this study, the treatment area of tumor after radiofre- quency ablation was larger in CWT than 15 G and the treatment area ratio before and after treatment was also larger in CWT.
The depth of thermal coagulation zone was measured at the smooth ablation area
The laser ablation recipes were set up in such a way that with an increasing number of pulses, the ablation area
'There should be two parts to a glacier: an accumulation area and an ablation area
MW can ablate areas around big hepatic vessels (approximately 10 mm) and even in high perfusion tissues; it creates large ablation areas
MWA advantages include ablation of larger ablation areas
in faster ablation times, with fewer applicator insertions compared to RFA.[sup] Furthermore, no grounding pads are needed avoiding the possibility of skin burns.