Diathermocoagulation

The diathermocoagulation is a diathermy type consisting of a therapeutic method of cauterizing tissue or heating based on the use of different high frequency current for coagulation cell treated area. Generally this treatment is used in various types of disorders or diseases: surgery and is applied in various treatments such as deep tissue removal or excision of cervical polyps, as well as the destruction of some pathological structures which can be generated in different organs such as the bladder, digestive tract, etc; dermatology used for repairing various skin lesions such as warts, or destruction of angiomas, warts, fibroids, among others. The advantages of this technique is that it manages coagulation and removing tissue causing minimal damage to the surrounding areas.

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