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By Timothy Clark M.D., FSIR (auth.), Timothy Clark, Tarun Sabharwal (eds.)

The recommendations in Interventional Radiology sequence of handbooks describes intimately many of the interventional radiology methods and treatments which are in present practice.

The sequence includes a few titles, which hide approaches in angioplasty and stenting, transcatheter embolization and treatment, biopsy and drainage, ablation, pediatric interventional radiology and neurointerventional radiology.

Each e-book is specified by bullet aspect structure, in order that the specified info will be positioned fast and simply. Interventional radiologists in any respect levels, from trainees via to experts, will locate this e-book a helpful asset for his or her practice.

Interventional Radiology recommendations in Ablation is a realistic and concise consultant to modern concepts in image-guided tumor ablation. This guide is meant to function a brief reference for physicians in interventional radiology education in addition to a source for IR technologists, nurses, nurse practitioners and health practitioner assistants.

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Current HIFU systems use the phased array technology to focus US waves into a tight area. Each component of the transducer receives its own modifiable electronic signal. This technique allows to steer and to focus the US beams, which enables to move the focus in almost any direction [6]. 5 mm in width and 15 mm in length (“cigar” shape). This size may vary from a few millimeters depending on the parameters of the transducer. • In clinical practice, tumor usually measures more than 1 cm. Several overlapping shots have to be performed to ablate the whole lesion with safety margins and without leaving any residual viable tissue (Fig.

A. Klein et al. Logiq E9 a Logiq E9 b Liver subcost 2 Liver subcost 2 c Logiq E9 Liver subcost 3 e Liver subcost 2 Logiq E9 Liver subcost 4 Logiq E9 d Logiq E9 f Liver subcost 4 Fig. 3 A 65-year-old male with four hepatic leiomyosarcoma metastatic lesions, all of which were treated with microwave ablation (three shown here). 7-cm metastasis in segment IVa (arrow) and treated at 140 W for 6 min. (b) This resulted in a large ablation zone (calipers) and a technically successful ablation. 2-cm metastasis in segment IVb (arrow).

1). Mechanism of Action • Plasma-mediated ablation belongs to standard electrosurgical techniques, and is already widely used in ear, nose, and throat surgery for tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy, and sports medicine for arthroplasty and meniscectomy. However, the technology has been recently introduced in the field of percutaneous tissue ablative techniques, mainly for interventional spine procedures. Its main advantage is that it achieves volumetric removal of target tissue at cooler temperatures than other ablative techniques like radiofrequency and microwave ablation.

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