Clinical Pearl

There are situations that make radiofrequency ablation (RFA) a poor choice for locoregional HCC therapy: size > 3 cm (try TACE instead); location near a major blood vessel (it acts as a heat sink); location near vital organ (ie. gallbladder).

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