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Figure 1: A 72-year-old female with lung metastasis from colorectal carcinoma in the right upper lobe with an axial diameter of 2.3 cm (a). Ablation was performed after accurate insertion of a microwave ablation probe into the focus of the tumor (b). An immediate postoperative computed tomography scan showed that the lesion had enlarged slightly and had ill-defined and irregular margins (c). The lesion gradually decreased in size and was replaced by fibrous tissue during 1 (d), 3 (e), and 6 (f) months of follow-up

Figure 1: A 72-year-old female with lung metastasis from colorectal carcinoma in the right upper lobe with an axial diameter of 2.3 cm (a). Ablation was performed after accurate insertion of a microwave ablation probe into the focus of the tumor (b). An immediate postoperative computed tomography scan showed that the lesion had enlarged slightly and had ill-defined and irregular margins (c). The lesion gradually decreased in size and was replaced by fibrous tissue during 1 (d), 3 (e), and 6 (f) months of follow-up