First published in 1986, Hyperthermia in Cancer Treatment is a most useful guide to the relationship between Hyperthermia, and the ways in which it is used for the control of cancer. Well-structured and comprehensive, this book is a must-read for any students of Oncology or professionals in their respective fields
1. Effect of Heat on Blood Flow. 2. Morphologic and Hemodynamic Alterations in Capillaries during Hyperthermia. 3. Aspects of Circulatory Responses in Animals Pertinent to the Use of Hyperthermia in Cancer Treatment. 4. Effects of Hyperthermia on Hematopoietic Tissues. 5. Scanned, Focused Ultrasound for Controlled Localizing Heating of Deep Tumors. 6. Thermal Modelling of Local Hyperthermia. 7. Physical Basis of Hyperthermia. 8. The Role of Magnetic Induction Techniques for Producing Hyperthermia. 9. Thermal Dosimetry. 10. Evaluation of Hyperthermia Equipment. 11. Health Physics Problems in Electromagnetically Induced Hyperthermia. 12. Ultrasound and Microwave Hyperthermia in the Treatment of Superficial Human Cancerous Tumors. Index.
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