Cryoablation, also known as cryotherapy or cryosurgery, is a procedure used to treat cancerous tumors and relieve pain and other symptoms of cancer.
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How is the procedure performed?
This minimally invasive procedure with a shorter treatment time wherein a thin needle known as a cryoprobe is inserted into the skin and the cancerous tumor. A gas is then pumped into the cryoprobe to freeze the tissue. The tissue is then allowed to thaw. This process is repeated several times during the same session until the cancer cells are dead.