This 42-years old patient, operated for an RCC, known to have stable lung and pancreatic metastases, came with a growing lesion in the other solitary kidney.

Cryoablation was done.

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Region: Kidney
Age: 42 yrs
Size of Lesion: 15.7 x 10.5 mm on 08 July and 10.6 x 15.2 on 17th Aug FAPI
Pre-Lesion Biopsy: Yes
Cryoprobe: 13G 14.5 mm
Sedation: Conscious
Position & Approach: Prone
Special Steps: No
Time Taken (freeze-thaw-freeze): 29 mins including biopsy - 3.4 - 3.4 - 3.0
Complication: None
Level of Difficulty: 3/5
Final Outcome: Complete ablation - iceball size - 33.2 x 21.6 mm

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