Jack&KatiesMommy wrote:You are under general anesthesia for the RFA procedures. I had multiple mets in both lungs. They will only do one lung at a time (as occasionally, a lung will collapse during the procedure and you need at least one lung working properly). I am not sure how many mets is too many...but because the RFA kills the tumor and some of the surrounding lung tissue, they are careful about how much mass is destroyed and there would obvioulsy be a limit on the number of mets that they would ablate.
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