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Series: Clinical Thermology. Methods of Hyperthermia Control. Subseries: Thermotherapy. Thermal Dosimetry and Treatment Planning. Gautherie, Michel (E. Titles in this series. 1990.
Both patients were treated successfully showing clinical benefit. T1 and PRF are depending on the applied thermotherapy method and on the MR-system suitable for MRI-assisted thermometry. The clinical application based on phantom results is not necessarily adequate. CONCLUSION: Clinical application and phantom experiments of RHT and ILTT show the potential of MRI-assisted thermometry for further improvement of both minimal invasive thermotherapy methods. Further investigations concerning optimization of the MRI-techniques, the influence of perfusion or the determination of threshold values are.
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There are four different methods for producing interstitial or intracavitary hyperthermia, each related to different types of heating. Most studies have been performed using radiofrequency electrodes (resistive heating) or coaxial microwave antennas (radiative heating).
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Название: Interstitial Hyperthermia: Physics, Biology and Clinical Aspects . Later sections summarize the laboratory methods currently used for diagnosing malignant hyperthermia in human patients and present valuable.
Clinical experience shows that tumour response varies greatly even if tumours with the same localisation, clinical, and histopathological staging are compared. Later sections summarize the laboratory methods currently used for diagnosing malignant hyperthermia in human patients and present valuable data on malignant hyperthermia in the greater Kansas city area over a twenty year period.
Internal" hyperthermia is a type of thermotherapy by which heat is sup plied to tumor tissue in situ. Books related to Interstitial, Endocavitary and Perfusional Hyperthermia.
Strohmaier, J. Steimann, . Flüchter, K. Sugimachi, H. Matsuda, F. Truchetet, E. Grosshans, . Kretz, J. Friedel, C. Chartier. Internal" hyperthermia is a type of thermotherapy by which heat is sup plied to tumor tissue in situ. There are three different techniques for pro viding internal hyperthermia: (1) interstitial hyperthermia using implanted needle probes, (2) intracavitary hyperthermia using probes introduced into natural body cavities, and (3) perfusional hyperthermia by means of ex tracorporal blood heating.
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Int. J. Hyperthermia 31, 609–614. doi: 1. 109/02656736. Int. Hyperthermia 23, 315–323.