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The disadvantage of the technique is the high dose of radiation that the patient and the cryosurgeon exposed to during the process. The authors comment on the renal tumors that are most amenable to the modality of percutaneous renal cryoablation -. In general be smaller and exophytic lesions treated better and medial and anterior tumors carry a higher risk of complications due to the proximity to other vital structures. The authors believe the viability of this technique for the right renal mass and wait for the accumulation of long-term data these these claims.. Developing CT guidance in the method of choice for intraprocedural monitoring of percutaneous renal cryoablation, because there is a very clear picture of the ice ball was from from the surrounding structures such as bowel and ureter. (more…)