Cryotherapy is a treatment method that removes corpus callosum or pyogenic granuloma by utilizing the physical properties of the cryopreservative, causing a decrease in skin temperature, capillary contraction, tissue necrosis, and localized paralysis of the localized lesion. The most commonly used refrigerant at present is liquid nitrogen.
Cryotherapy is a blanket term that refers to the use of low temperatures in medical treatments. More often than not, subzero chemicals are applied using a specialized cryoprobe to remove abnormal tissue cells. This includes everything from freezing off an unsightly wart to the destruction of a cancerous tumor.Some proponents of cryotherapy claim that it has a plethora of other fantastical uses. They say that immersing yourself in a booth colder than -100 degrees Celsius (-148 °F) can prevent dementia, reduce depression, and even help you lose weight. But the evidence for this is spurious.