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It seems that the injury is of thermogenic nature and most of histological studies show coagulation necrosis [7].
Several approaches have been used to increase the diameter of coagulation necrosis or tissue breakdown achieved during RFA.
Synovial biopsy was performed endoscopically, which revealed coagulation necrosis areas, a few multinuclear cells and areas of fibrous tissue and fatty tissue.
Cellular injury consisted of various combinations of contraction bands, hemorrhage, myocyte hypereosinophilia, nuclear pyknosis, and coagulation necrosis but no neutrophil infiltration.
RFA involves applying thermal energy to a probe inserted into or near a tumor mass to produce coagulation necrosis in a controlled fashion.