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  • adjective Alternative spelling of radio-frequency.

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Examples

  • This so-called added dimension in radiofrequency made it possible to discover, among other things, which atoms were close in space to each other in a molecule.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1991 - Speed Read

  • It's called radiofrequency ablation (RFA), and it's being offered to some patients whose tumors have resisted chemotherapy or for whom surgery is not an option.

    Health Update: Hope For Liver Cancer Patients

  • The doctor prescribed a series of procedures called radiofrequency ablations, which were thought to help people with RSD.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Officials said the device uses a catheter with an electrode tip to deliver a form of electromagnetic energy, called radiofrequency energy, directly to the airways.

    EcoWorld

  • Officials said the device uses a catheter with an electrode tip to deliver a form of electromagnetic energy, called radiofrequency energy, directly to the airways.

    EcoWorld

  • It's called radiofrequency ablation, and it essentially involves burning off the nerves that are causing the pain.

    CTV BritishColumbiaHome

  • The device is composed of a catheter with an electrode tip that delivers a form of electromagnetic energy, called radiofrequency energy, directly to the airways.

    EveryJoe

  • The device is composed of a catheter with an electrode tip that delivers a form of electromagnetic energy, called radiofrequency energy, directly to the airways.

    EveryJoe

  • A minimally invasive procedure known as radiofrequency (RF) ablation is effective for treating lung ...

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • A minimally invasive procedure known as radiofrequency (RF) ablation is effective for treating lung ...

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

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