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Fig. 1 | Journal of Translational Medicine

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From: Percutaneous irreversible electroporation for breast tissue and breast cancer: safety, feasibility, skin effects and radiologic–pathologic correlation in an animal study

Fig. 1

Breast skin changes after IRE. ac (skin–electrode distance: 5 mm): Color changes in breast skin with different electrode distances. The skin initially turned red (a), then purple (b), and finally became white in the central zone (c) near the electrode. d IRE ablation performed very close to the superficial skin (skin–electrode distance of 3 mm). The skin was still purple and swollen after IRE. e, f: 2–3 months after IRE, the breast appeared normal

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