A new study compared overall survival for patients with early-stage non–small cell lung cancer treated with either radiofrequency ablation or stereotactic body radiotherapy. | Read More
Patients with small renal masses who are poor candidates for nephron-sparing surgery may benefit from radiofrequency ablation performed percutaneously. | Read More
Results of a retrospective review found that biopsy results of renal masses rarely obviated the need for subsequent ablation and can safely be performed alongside image-guided tumor ablation. | Read More
Liver resection was found to have significant survival benefits over TACE in patients with Barcelona Clinic Liver Cancer stage B hepatocellular carcinoma. | Read More
In this video, Constantino Peña, MD, discusses practical insights regarding radial access. | Read More

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In this video, Constantino Peña, MD, discusses practical insights regarding radial access.
Interventional oncologists often report that they have difficulty making the case for continuing to perform lung ablation, but many clinicians are convinced that lung ablation should remain within the scope of practice.

Ziv Haskal, MD, introduces thyroid ablation, an important procedure that will increasingly be performed by interventional radiologists.