Atlas of Cryosurgery by Nikolai N. Korpan (auth.), Nikolai N. Korpan M.D., Ph.D.,

By Nikolai N. Korpan (auth.), Nikolai N. Korpan M.D., Ph.D., F.I.S.S., F.I.C.S. (eds.)

The "Atlas of Cryosurgery” is the 1st ebook to rfile the fashionable period of this self-discipline. using low temperatures to damage irregular tissues, the root of cryosurgery, is now being effectively utilized in lots of branches of medication, particularly within the remedy of other malignancies. This atlas goals at providing the elemental points of recent cryosurgery and the benefits it bargains to melanoma sufferers in comparison to traditional surgical techniques. The presentation comprises definitions of the main usually used phrases, brief descriptions of the historic and clinical historical past of cryosurgery in addition to an summary of cryosurgical apparatus and methods. Given, too, is the full spectrum of experimental and scientific cryosurgery and the result of cryosurgical remedy of tumors in, for instance, the liver, lung, or epidermis and bone. Over 1200, more often than not coloured illustrations gathered from a wide selection of overseas resources, serve to illustrate the cryosurgical approach.

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35. Cryozone formation after exposure for 1 min 1 min 36 N. N. ) Atlas of Cryosurgery Cryoprobe Chapter 4 Experiments 2 min Fig. 36. Cryozone formation after exposure for 2 min Fig. 37. Cryozone formation after exposure for 3 min 4 min 3 min Fig. 38. Cryozone formation after exposure for 4 min Section B 37 Experimental Foundations Cryoprobe Chapter 4 Experiments 5 min Fig. 39. Cryozone formation after exposure for 5 min Fig. 40. Cryozone formation after exposure for 6 min 6 min Fig. 41. Cryozone formation after exposure for 7 min 7 min 38 N.

Atlas of Cryosurgery Cryoprobe Chapter 4 Experiments m 2 min Fig. 25. Cryozone formation after exposure for 2 min Fig. 26. Cryozone formation after exposure for 3 min 4 min 3 min Fig. 27. Cryozone formation after exposure for 4 min Section B 33 Experimental Foundations Cryoprobe Chapter 4 Experiments d 111 I mn 5 min Fig. 28. Cryozone formation after exposure for 5 min Fig. 29. Cryozone formation after exposure for 6 min 6 min Fig. 30. Cryozone formation after exposure for 7 min 7 min 34 N. N.

0 min in the automatic cryosurgical unit. The cryoprobe, too, was warmed up and removed from the gelatine-water solution. The one or two freeze-thaw cycles that were performed for each cryoformation in the course of this experimental cryosurgery showed an identical cryozone with an ice crater in the middle and an ice margin with a demarcation line immediately after the cryosurgical session was carried out. The photograph analysis showed that during the 10 min cryogenic session at a temperature of -180°C by means of disc-shaped, 5 mm to 50 mm cryoprobes, different frozen cryozones developed.

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