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Figure 2: Comparison of the puncture position and ablation process of the experimental group and control group. (a) Localization image under computed tomography guidance, where the solid arrow indicates the positioning marker; (b and c) computed tomography longitudinal window image, and lung window image, with ablation needles located in the lungs and tumors; (d) computed tomography longitudinal window image of the lesion after ablation, showing “honeycomb signs” in the tumor; (e) magnetic resonance imaging-guided positioning image, where the dotted arrow indicates the positioning marker; (f) microwave ablation needle at transverse relaxation time (T2) in ablation under magnetic resonance imaging guidance and the ablation needle track in the lung and the tumor. (g) Magnetic resonance imaging image of T2 after ablation, where the “ring sign” of the lesion can be seen. (h) diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging image of the lesion after ablation and the original tumor site shows no lesions, as indicated by the bold arrow

Figure 2: Comparison of the puncture position and ablation process of the experimental group and control group. (a) Localization image under computed tomography guidance, where the solid arrow indicates the positioning marker; (b and c) computed tomography longitudinal window image, and lung window image, with ablation needles located in the lungs and tumors; (d) computed tomography longitudinal window image of the lesion after ablation, showing “honeycomb signs” in the tumor; (e) magnetic resonance imaging-guided positioning image, where the dotted arrow indicates the positioning marker; (f) microwave ablation needle at transverse relaxation time (T2) in ablation under magnetic resonance imaging guidance and the ablation needle track in the lung and the tumor. (g) Magnetic resonance imaging image of T2 after ablation, where the “ring sign” of the lesion can be seen. (h) diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging image of the lesion after ablation and the original tumor site shows no lesions, as indicated by the bold arrow