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Cancer is a systemic disease with tumors as a local manifestation of the disease. Once cancer occurs in a person, cancerous cells will be found in the body. Surgical removal of tumors in no way implies that one is cured of cancer. For example, breast cancer can relapse even if the original tumors were removed.Like hypertension and diabetes, cancer is a chronic disease. The disease may take a few years to manifest itself - from its occurrence until the emergence of tumors. In some cases, cancer cells may exist in a stage of ....
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  • [Top]  Cryosurgery for pancreatic cancer

    Pancreatic cancer is the main cause of cancer-related mortality becoming such a major worldwide public health problem. Long-term survival remains poor with less than 5% of patients alive 5 years after diagnosis (1). The radical surgical resection represents the only chance for cure but unfortunately is possible in only 5-25% of cases; the 5-year survival rates for the most favorable patients who undergo ... [Read More]

  • [Top]  Diagnosis and treatment of coagulopathy following percutaneous cryoablation of liver tumors: Experience in 372 patients

    During the last decade, cryosurgery has become an interesting alternative in the treatment of nonresectable hepatic tumors, with promising results in terms of patient survival [21,23]. The incidence of complications and side effects of cryoablation may be as high as 40%, however, and they include fracture of the liver parenchyma, cryoshock, biliary fistula, hemorrhage, cold-induced lesions in nearby stru... [Read More]

  • Safety and Accuracy of Percutaneous Core Needle Biopsy in Examining Pancreatic Neoplasms

    Percutaneous imaging-guided fine needle aspiration has been well established as a useful diagnostic tool for the confirmatory diagnosis of pancreaticmalignancies before palliative treatment. Percutaneous core needle biopsy (CNB) has been reported not to be superior to fine needle aspiration for the diagnostic accuracy of pancreatic lesions.5 This study was designed to evaluate the safety and accuracy of ... [Read More]

  • Percutaneous cryoablation for stage IV lung cancer: A retrospective analysis

    Lung cancer is the most common cause of cancer-related death in adults [16]. In 2013, 228,190 new cases of lung cancer and 159,480 deaths from lung cancer are estimated in the United States [26]. The treatment of choice is surgical resection with lobectomy, but this is only suitable for localized, early-stage disease, with or without regional lymph node involvement [17,23]. [Read More]

  • Therapeutic outcomes of combining cryotherapy, chemotherapy and DC-CIK immunotherapy in the treatment of metastatic non-small cell lung cancer

    Lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer deaths worldwide,with a 5-years survival rate of only 15% . Approximately 80% of lung cancers are non-small-cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) with over 50% of patients with NSCLC exhibiting advanced local invasion and distant metastasis. Some patients with NSCLC are not suitable for surgery, but are suitable for other treatments such as chemotherapy, cryother... [Read More]

  • Comparison of dual- and triple-freeze protocols for hepatic cryoablation in a Tibet pig model

    Radiofrequency, microwave and cryoablation are now the principal ablative therapies used clinically in primary and metastatic lung cancer [19]. Cryotherapy has many advantages, including the ability to visualize the iceball [10,11] and to activate cryoimmunology [18], the absence of severe damage to the great blood vessels [9], lack of severe pain to the patient [1], better healing and minimal invasion. [Read More]

  • Experimental Study on Pulmonary Cryoablation in a Porcine Model of Normal Lungs

    Objective of this study is to analyze the range of necrosis after using different freezing times and freeze-thaw cycles during percutaneous cryosurgery, in order to create a suggestion for optimizing the technique for lung cryoablation. Six healthy pigs were given a CT scan and histological investigation after percutaneous cryosurgery on both lungs. Three cryoprobes were inserted into both the left and r... [Read More]

  • Pancreatic Head Cryosurgery——Safety and Efficiency In VivoYA Pilot Study

    Cryosurgery is an efficacious treatment that is based on the specific cytotoxic effects of cold in tissue; it has been used as an alternative method to conventional surgery in solid tumors, including prostate, liver, lung, kidney, and breast cancers. As a new technique in cancer treatment, numerous attempts have been made to expand its clinical application, particularly in pancreatic cancer. [Read More]

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