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Pancreatic Cancer [Working Title]
The insertion of ablation needles towards pancreatic tumors demands excellent anatomical knowledge and interdisciplinary skills from the medical professional. While the placement of a single needle next to the structures at risk surrounding the pancreas is considered a challenging task, irreversible electroporation requires multiple needles to be placed in parallel at a specific location. Minimally invasive procedures complicate the already ambitious procedure, yet the ablation method bearsdoi:10.5772/intechopen.93226 fatcat:n72sm3hylbfazl2ampv3glh5gq