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Böbrek Tümörlerinde Radyofrekans Ablasyon Tedavisi

Radiofrequency Ablation Treatment of Kidney Tumors

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doi: 10.5505/abantmedj.2013.36036

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Abstract (2. Language): 
Nowadays, the number of alternative treatment modalities in the treatment of small sized renal tumors increases paral-lel to the technological developments. Radiofrequency ablation therapy can be performed by both percutaneous and laparoscopic ways. This modality has some significant advantages, such as short recovery time, decreased morbidi-ty rate and obtaining reliable oncological outcomes in the long-term follow-up. This technique is being increasingly used in the treatment of small renal tumors as a minimally invasive treatment modality.
Abstract (Original Language): 
Günümüzde teknolojideki gelişmelere paralel olarak küçük boyutlu böbrek tümörlerinin tedavisinde alternatif tedavi yöntemlerinin sayısı giderek artmaktadır. Böbrek tümörleri-nin radyofrekans ablasyon tedavisi, perkütan ve laparosko-pik olarak uygulanabilmektedir. Bu yöntem kısa iyileşme süresi, azalmış morbidite oranı ve uzun süreli takiplerde güvenilir onkolojik sonuçların elde edilmesi gibi önemli avantajlara sahiptir. Bir minimal invaziv tedavi yöntemi olarak böbrek tümörleri tedavisinde kullanımı giderek yay-gınlaşmaktadır.

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