1017 - Burn your pain away: Review the use of heat base thermal ablation for osteoid osteomas
SIR ePoster library. Pigg N. 03/28/20; 290255; 1017
Nicholas Pigg
Nicholas Pigg
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Poster Title: Burn your pain away: Review the use of heat base thermal ablation for osteoid osteomas

Poster number: 1017

Category: Non-Vascular Interventions: Musculoskeletal

Authors: N Pigg1, J Miller2, B Baigorri3, R Fourzali4

Keywords: 1017, Nicholas Pigg Burn your pain away: Review the use of heat base thermal ablation for osteoid osteomas Burn your pain away: Review the use of heat b
Poster Title: Burn your pain away: Review the use of heat base thermal ablation for osteoid osteomas

Poster number: 1017

Category: Non-Vascular Interventions: Musculoskeletal

Authors: N Pigg1, J Miller2, B Baigorri3, R Fourzali4

Keywords: 1017, Nicholas Pigg Burn your pain away: Review the use of heat base thermal ablation for osteoid osteomas Burn your pain away: Review the use of heat b
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