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- treated with cryosurgery. Generally, all tumors that can be reached by the cryoprobes used during an operation are treatable. Although found to be effective...
- dioxide and nitrous oxide to create a cryoprobe that reached -70 °C. Cryoneurolysis is performed with a cryoprobe, which is composed of a hollow cannula...
- performed using hollow needles (cryoprobes) through which cooled, thermally conductive, fluids are circulated. Cryoprobes are positioned adjacent to the...
- placement of a cryoprobe to the right uterine horn (cornua). The cryoprobe is activated, reducing its temperature to minus 60°C. The cryoprobe is kept in...
- ocular oncologist Tadeusz Krwawicz (Poland), in 1961, developed the first cryoprobe for intracapsular cataract extraction. Svyatoslav Fyodorov (Russia) was...
- With this method, the long saphenous vein is preserved. Cryosurgery- A cryoprobe is p****ed down the long saphenous vein following saphenofemoral ligation...
- Brand, T.; Berger, S. (February 2007). "A1H-NMR thermometer suitable for cryoprobes". Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry. 45 (2): 175–178. doi:10.1002/mrc.1941...
- refined the cryoextraction method of cataract surgery by developing a cryoprobe that was cooled through the Joule-Thomson effect of gas expansion. His...
- technique, the cataract is extracted through use of a cryoextractor — a cryoprobe whose refrigerated tip adheres to and freezes tissue of the lens, permitting...
- Dentistry Faculty of Pharmacy Professor Tadeusz Krwawicz developed the first cryoprobe for intracapsular cataract extraction in 1961. In 2001, the English Language...
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