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RadioFrequency Ablation Video

The video appearing here is a 15 meg MPEG file, so buffering will take a several minutes depending on your connection speed. 

Video filmed in Boston, MA at the Massachusetts General Hospital. Courtesy of the MGH Radiology Photography Division, Division of Abdominal & Interventional Radiology, Peter Mueller, MD and Brad Wood, MD. Editing and post-processing performed at the National Institutes of Health.

This is an informational video about RadioFrequency Ablation (RFA)

NOTE: Video requires quicktime plugin software and high-speed internet connection.

If you experience any problems viewing this video or require an accessible alternative, please contact locklinj@cc.nih.gov.


This page last reviewed on 08/23/12



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