Radiofrequency tumour ablation acts by using a high frequency alternating current moving from the tip of an electrode into the tissue surrounding the electrode. This will cause the temperature of the tissue in the liver to rise. When the temperature reaches beyond 60 degrees Celsius, the cell begin to die. This is the principle of radiofrequency tumour ablation.
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