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Development of a Model for Training and Assessing Open Image-Guided Liver Tumor Ablation.

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Summary of "Development of a Model for Training and Assessing Open Image-Guided Liver Tumor Ablation."

Image-guided microwave ablation (MWA) is a technically demanding procedure, involving advanced visual-spatial perception skills. This study sought to create and evaluate a low-cost model and training curriculum for open ultrasound-guided liver tumor MWA.

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Name: Journal of surgical education
ISSN: 1878-7452
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