Can You List Some Complications of Renal Cryoablation?

Q:
Can you list some complications of renal cryoablation?

A:
Renal cryoablation is a medical method used to freeze portion of the kidney, alleviating the discomfort of patients who develop a tumor on their kidney.

These procedures can be performed laparoscopically, thus lessening both recovery and surgical risk.

Cryoablation is a procedure using extreme cold to destroy diseased tissues, it has the potential to reduce the risk and minimize the discomfort experienced by the patients.

There do exist several complications of renal cryoablation, they may occur during or after the procedures. The common complications include problems associated with general anesthesia and cardiovascular problems such as heart attack, deep vein thrombosis, stroke, pulmonary embolus, etc.

 

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