Liver tumors treated with percutaneous thermal ablative techniques

What other liver tumors have been treated with percutaneous thermal ablative techniques? 

Liver metastases from neuroendocrine, gastric, pancreatic, pulmonary, renal, uterine, or ovarian cancer and melanoma have all been successfully treated with RFA. Besides HCC, the majority of percutaneous thermal ablative procedures are performed for the treatment of colorectal liver metastases. Percutaneous RFA has also been used to successfully treat symptomatic giant cavernous hemangiomas in patients choosing not to undergo surgical resection.


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