Radiofrequency Ablation for Small Hepatocellular Carcinoma:
Recurrence of Hepatocellular Carcinoma After Radiofrequency ablation: Eslam Habba
Radiofrequency Ablation Of Liver - An Experimental Study:Heat shock protein expression and apoptosis in liver following Radio frequency Ablation - an experimental study Rakesh Rai
A hyperboxing Pareto approximation method applied to radiofrequency ablation treatment planning: Katrin Teichert
Characterizing Cardiac Electrophysiology during Radiofrequency Ablation : An Integrative Ex vivo In silico and In vivo Approach:Dissertationsschrift Stefan Pollnow
Radiofrequency thermal ablation for sleep-related disordered breathing: Jagdeep Virk/ Bhik Kotecha
An estimated five million sufferers in Britain have varicose veins. Unsightly, uncomfortable and often painful, these cause a great deal of distress and up until now treatment has been limited. However, the good news is that varicose veins can now be treated via minimally invasive techniques such as endovenous radiofrequency ablation (RFA), sclerotherapy, and endovenous laser therapy. This book explains how and why varicose veins arise, and what can be done both in terms of self-help and medical treatment. Subjects include: Causes and risk factors – obesity, chronic cough, chronic constipation, thrombophlebitis Complications and links to other conditions – kidney disease, deep vein thrombosisPregnancyTreatment - surgeryTreatment – modern, minimally invasive proceduresMaintaining a healthy weight and sensible diet, including fibre and fresh produceThe importance of regular exerciseWhat to avoid – ie, sitting or standing for long periods, tight clothingMyths 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lynsey Frost. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/summ/000227/bk_summ_000227_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.