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*  Molluscum contagiosum
Cryosurgery and curette scraping can be painful procedures and can result in residual scarring. A 2014 systematic review of ... Surgical treatments include cryosurgery, in which liquid nitrogen is used to freeze and destroy lesions, as well as scraping ...
*  Genital wart
Liquid nitrogen cryosurgery is usually performed in an office visit, at weekly intervals. It is effective, inexpensive, safe ... Trichloroacetic acid (TCA) is less effective than cryosurgery, and is not recommended for use in the vagina, cervix, or urinary ...
*  Wart
Electrodesiccation Cryosurgery or cryotherapy, which involves freezing the wart (generally with liquid nitrogen), creating a ...
*  Cryoablation
Cryosurgery initiates inflammation and leaves tumor-specific antigens intact, which may induce an anti-tumor immune response. ... The most common heart operations in which cryosurgery may be used in this way are mitral valve repairs and coronary artery ... A physician may recommend cryosurgery being used during the course of heart surgery as a secondary procedure to treat any ... Richard J. Ablin (1998). "The Use of Cryosurgery for Breast Cancer". Arch Surg. Marcove RC, Miller TR (1969). "The treatment of ...
*  Cryosurgery
... is also used to treat internal and external tumors as well as tumors in the bone. To cure internal tumors, a hollow ... After cryosurgery, the frozen tissue is either naturally absorbed by the body in the case of internal tumors, or it dissolves ... Cryosurgery (cryotherapy) is the use of extreme cold in surgery to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue; thus, it is the ... Cryosurgery is a minimally invasive procedure, and is often preferred to more traditional kinds of surgery because of its ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Medicine: Surgery: Cryosurgery
Cryosurgery is the medical use of liquid nitrogen (LN2) for removing tumors of the prostate gland and other organs. It also ... Cryosurgery is the medical use of liquid nitrogen (LN2) for removing tumors of the prostate gland and other organs. It also ...
*  Society for Family Development
... cryosurgery (Lublin); °USG - gynecology, pregnancy, ovulation monitoring (Warsaw, Cracow) °Ultrasound - abdomen, testis, ...
*  Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
In: Cryosurgery. Rand R.W., Rinfret A.P., von Lode H., Eds. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1968) and by Mazur (1984): ice ...
*  List of South African inventions and discoveries
Retinal Cryosurgery • While working at Soweto's Baragwanath Hospital in 1965, South Africa's Dr Selig Percy Amoils unveiled the ... His invention has transformed cryosurgery (the use of extreme cold produced by liquid nitrogen) for gynaecology, lung, heart, ...
*  Actinic keratosis
September 2004). "A prospective study of the use of cryosurgery for the treatment of actinic keratoses". International Journal ... Lubritz, RR; Smolewski, SA (November 1982). "Cryosurgery cure rate of actinic keratoses". Journal of the American Academy of ... Kuflik, EG (December 1994). "Cryosurgery updated". Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 31 (6): 925-44; quiz 944-6. ... Zimmerman, EE; Crawford, P (15 December 2012). "Cutaneous cryosurgery". American Family Physician. 86 (12): 1118-24. PMID ...
*  Kaposi's sarcoma
People with a few local lesions can often be treated with local measures such as radiation therapy or cryosurgery. Weak ... Zimmerman, Ethan; Crawford, Paul (15 December 2012). "Cutaneous Cryosurgery". American Family Physician. American Academy of ...
*  Gary Onik
Honorable Mention Hepatic Cryosurgery in the Treatment of Unresectable Liver Tumors. Human Study Cryosurgery. 1988 Presented ... International Society of Cryosurgery. For lifetime achievement in the field of cryosurgery. "Patent #5674218 Cryosurgical ... Gary Onik is the inventor of ultrasound guided cryosurgery for both the prostate and the liver. Onik treated the first liver ... 1994 RSNA - Scientific Exhibit Award - Certificate of Merit MR Imaging for monitoring cryosurgery 2001 Chosen as a "Visionary ...
*  Cryoimmunotherapy
History of Cryosurgery. 2008. McCarthy EF (2006). "The Toxins of William B. Coley and the Treatment of Cancer". Iowa Orthop J. ... Cryosurgery initiates inflammation and leaves tumor-specific antigens intact, which may induce an anti-tumor immune response. ... Cryosurgery initiates inflammation and leaves tumor-specific antigens intact, which may induce an anti-tumor immune response. ... Richard J. Ablin (1998). "The Use of Cryosurgery for Breast Cancer". Arch Surg. Soanes WA, Ablin RJ, Gonder MJ (1970). " ...
*  James Arnott (physician)
History of Cryosurgery. 2008. "Cryotherapy-As Ancient as the Pharaohs". "The biology and role of cryosurgery" (PDF). ... Regarded as "the father of modern cryosurgery", Arnott was the first to utilize extreme cold locally for the destruction of ... Cooper, SM; Dawber, RP (2001). "The history of cryosurgery". J R Soc Med. 94: 196-201. PMC 1281398 . PMID 11317629. ...
*  Timeline of cancer treatment development
"International Cryosurgery Center". 2013. Niu, LZ; Li, JL; Zeng, JY; Mu, F; Liao, MT; Yao, F; Li, L; Liu, CY; Chen, JB; Zuo, JS ... James Arnott, "the father of modern cryosurgery", starts to use cryotherapy to freeze tumors in the treatment of breast and ... Richard J. Ablin, PhD (1998). "The Use of Cryosurgery for Breast Cancer". Arch Surg. According to Littrup et al., who performed ... doi:10.1007/s11684-010-0092-8. History of Cryosurgery. 1997. "FAQ". "FDA Review Letter" (PDF). "History of Ablatherm HIFU". " ...
*  Cryoneurolysis
Cooper (2001). "The History of Cryosurgery". J R Soc Med. 94 (4): 196-201. Trescott (2003). "Cryoanalgesia in Interventional ...
*  Selig Percy Amoils
"The history of cryosurgery." J R Soc Med. 2001 Apr;94(4):196-201. PMID 11317629. Ophthalmic treatment apparatus and its use - ... He advanced cryosurgery for cataracts and retinal detachments during 1962 at Baragwanath hospital in Soweto. This led to the ... Cryosurgery in ophthalmology (Textbook) Pitman Medical (1975) ISBN 0-272-00468-5 "Presentation of National Orders - 27 ...
*  Cryotherapy
Cryosurgery is the application of extreme cold to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue and is used most commonly to treat skin ... Cryosurgery is used to treat a number of diseases and disorders, most especially skin conditions like warts, moles, skin tags ... Cryosurgery is the application of extreme cold to destroy abnormal or diseased tissue. The application of ultra-cold liquid ... "Cryosurgery in Cancer Treatment". National Cancer Institute. Retrieved 2017-07-29. "The Use of Ice Treatment of Acute Soft- ...
*  Cryobiology
Cryosurgery (intended and controlled tissue destruction by ice formation) was carried out by James Arnott in 1845 in an ... Cryosurgery is not common.[citation needed] Cryobiology as an applied science is primarily concerned with low-temperature ... cryosurgery, hypothermia, and perfusion of organs). Cryo Letters is an independent UK-based rapid communication journal which ... cryosurgery, a (minimally) invasive approach for the destruction of unhealthy tissue using cryogenic gases/fluids, and 6) ...
*  Xu Kecheng
"International Society of Cryosurgery, 16th World Congress Vienna". www.isc.cryosurgery.at. Retrieved 2016-04-29. "2012年"白求恩奖章"获 ... He is honorary Chairman of the International Society of Cryosurgery (ISC). He was awarded the "Bethune Medal" in 2012 for his ... Modern Cryosurgery for Cancer, World Scientific Publishing, Singapore 2012. "Pro.Xu Kecheng_Fuda Cancer Hospital--Fuda ... Modern Cryosurgery for Cancer. doi:10.1142/8004. http://www.fudacancerhospital.org/famousdoctor/201507015.html. ...
*  Epithelioma
Also used cryosurgery and radiotherapy. The prognosis varies dramatically, depending on the type and stage at the time of ...
*  Jonathan Shepherd
Shepherd, J P. (1983). "Wound Healing and scarring after cryosurgery. Cryobiology 21: 157-169". Missing or empty ,url= (help) ... he studied wound healing after cryosurgery under the supervision of Rodney Dawber. He discovered that the reasons low ...
*  Morton's neuroma
Cryosurgery Or Sclerosing Injections: Which Is Better For Neuromas? Marc Katz, DPM. "A Closer Look at Cryosurgery for Neuromas ... "What is Morton's Neuroma?". "Cryosurgery for Morton's Neuroma, UK Clinic". Bencardino J, Rosenberg ZS, Beltran J, Liu X, Marty- ... Cryogenic neuroablation (also known as cryo injection therapy, cryoneurolysis, cryosurgery or cryoablation) is the destruction ...
*  Stefan Janos (physicist)
He constructed various cryogenic apparatus for cryosurgery. In 1982 he habilitated on thermal conductivity of Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm, ...
*  Timeline of Polish science and technology
... he pioneered the use of cryosurgery in ophthalmology; he was the first to describe a method of cataract extraction by ...