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2016 International Symposium on Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering (ISFEE)
Radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is an alternative cancer treatment that applies radiofrequency electric fields to biological tissues. The subsequent electrical currents induce Joule heating and inflict local thermal damage to the biological tissue. Previous clinical studies demonstrate the possibilities and benefits of applying RFA for the treatment of liver tumors. Currently, most clinical studies focus on monopolar RFA, consisting of a single electrode and a grounding pad, and its therapeuticaldoi:10.1109/isfee.2016.7803150 fatcat:vjccr4kmwrcbzaiokq2pdbyndy