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Figure 3: Magnetic resonance imaging-guided radiofrequency ablation for liver cancer in a 62-year-old man. (a) Axial and (b) coronal show a small tumor located in segment V, which exhibits fast wash-in in arterial phase and fast wash-out in portal venous phase; (c) The insertion of electrode, and the multiple subneedle tips unfold and cover the tumor ideally; (d) axial, (e) axial, and (f) coronal show the ablation zone with an enough ablation margin exhibiting high signal on diffusion-weighted imaging and no enhancement on contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging 10 months later

Figure 3: Magnetic resonance imaging-guided radiofrequency ablation for liver cancer in a 62-year-old man. (a) Axial and (b) coronal show a small tumor located in segment V, which exhibits fast wash-in in arterial phase and fast wash-out in portal venous phase; (c) The insertion of electrode, and the multiple subneedle tips unfold and cover the tumor ideally; (d) axial, (e) axial, and (f) coronal show the ablation zone with an enough ablation margin exhibiting high signal on diffusion-weighted imaging and no enhancement on contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging 10 months later