Tumor ablation using APC 2

Indications

  • Endoluminal tumors
  • Stent ingrowth/overgrowth

Advantages of ERBE equipment

  • Non-contact procedure
  • Effective, uniform and targeted staunching of bleeding and devitalization
  • High surface energy density together with limited penetration depth
  • Minimal risk of damage to metal stents

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Operation steps
Ablation of a duodenal adenoma

Ablation of a duodenal adenoma

Large duodenal adenoma before (left fig.) and after (right fig.) ablation using APC.

Ablation of a duodenal adenoma II

Ablation of a duodenal adenoma II

Duodenal adenoma before (left fig.) and after (right fig.) ablation using argon-plasma coagulation (APC)