Cancer Treatment by Hyperthermia, Radiation and Drugs

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Tadayoshi Matsuda
Taylor & Francis, 1993 - Medical - 397 pages
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This work describes the ways in which the techniques of hyperthermia have been used in a project in Japanese oncology clinics since 1984. The physical, biological and clinical aspects of hyperthermic oncology are detailed.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Satoshi Mizuno National Institute of Health Kamiosaki
2
Osamu Doi 2nd Department of Surgery The Center for Adult Diseases
3
Takashi Sakagami Hyogo College of Medicine 11 Mukogawacho
21
The role of ATP metabolism in hyperthermic cell
79
moderate hyperthermia in mouse temperature
92
Importance of cellmediated immunity for tumour
139
Hyperthermia in combination with radiotherapy
163
Combined treatment of radiotherapy and local
251
Hyperthermic treatment for gynaecological
261
8MHz RFhyperthermia for deepseated urological
271
Thermoradiotherapy of locally advanced colorectal
278
Clinical results of hyperthermia combined with
290
Therapeutic effects of chemoembolization using
317
Efficacy of intraperitoneal hyperthermic
328
Postoperative chemotherapy for locally advanced
338

Local hyperthermia combined with chemotherapy
175
Wholebody hyperthermia in Japan
185
The significance of intratumour low density on post
195
Clinical research on hyperthermia treatment
202
Clinical results of thermoradiotherapy for superficial
216
Clinical results of thermoradiotherapy for deep
229
Clinical experience in hyperthermic treatment
241
Hyperthermia combined with chemotherapy
353
Biological and clinical effects of wholebody
366
Systemic hyperthermia for patients with advanced
376
Extracorporeally induced totalbody hyperthermia
382
Index
389
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