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Interstitial Hyperthermia

by LEONORE, ED. HANDL-ZELLER

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  • 17 Currently reading

Published by Springer .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oncology,
  • Cancer,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Combined Modality Therapy,
  • Hyperthermia, Induced,
  • Radioisotope brachytherapy,
  • Thermotherapy,
  • Health/Fitness

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages193
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10155030M
    ISBN 100387822801
    ISBN 109780387822808

      For interstitial hyperthermia, an array of interstitial antennas (microwave) or electrodes (radio wave) is implanted in accessible tumors which might be located in deep or superficial tissues. The distance between the antennas must not exceed cm, and therefore lesions with diameters below 5 cm are suitable (in order to limit the number of. Interstitial Radiotherapy Combined with Interstitial Hyperthermia in the Management of Recurrent Tumors.- Localized, Non-Invasive Deep Microwave Hyperthermia for the Treatment of Prostatic Tumors: The First 5 Years.- External Microwave Hyperthermia Combined with Radiation Therapy for Extensive Superficial Chest Wall Recurrences

    Hyperthermia is ideal as a treatment option in itself as well as being a complement for antiobiotics, allowing patients to boost the effectiveness of their medication with whole-body hyperthermia. Life Health Centers is the only clinic in the United States that does whole-body hyperthermia. It is widely used in clinics in Asia and Europe. Rent or Buy Interstitial Hyperthermia: Physics, Biology and Clinical Aspects - by Urano, for as low as $ at Voted #1 site for Buying Textbooks.

      Some devices for this use microwave, radio frequency, ultrasound energy, or magnetic hyperthermia; each has a different method to raise the temp of the area or tumor, from direct application to a surface tumor (superficial or deep-tissue hyperthermia) to . Cellular changes. Temperatures in the range of moderate hyperthermia can be non-lethal (39 to 42°C) or lethal (>42°C). Temperatures above 42°C were shown to kill cancer cells in a time- and temperature-dependent manner that was measured by the clonogenic cell survival assay [].However, despite numerous studies during at least three decades, which have improved our understanding of Cited by:


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"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 Cited by: Print book: EnglishView all This text presents effective and safe techniques in interstitial hyperthermia and gives examples of applications in areas of clinical interest.

Simultaneous Application of Combined Interstitial High- or Low-Dose Rate Irradiation with Hot Water Hyperthermia.- Interstitial Warm-Water Hyperthermia Combined with. Experience with Radiofrequency-Local Current Field Interstitial Hyperthermia: Biological Rationale, Equipment Development, and Clinical Results.- Clinical Experience with Different Interstitial Hyperthermia Techniques.- Clinical Practice of Interstitial Microwave Hyperthermia Combined.

Interstitial Hyperthermia: Physics, Biology And Clinical Aspects (Hyperthermia and Oncology, Vol. 3) 1st Edition by Urano (Editor), Douple (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.

"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 : Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

Recent developments in thermal ablation and perfusion hyperthermia have expanded the treatment options of patients with certain cancer. Initially thermal ablation was applied to liver tumor, later its application has been extending for treating focal malignancies confined in other organs such as: breast, kidney, adrenal glands, pancreas, bone, and lung.

Metastases to localized organs, such Cited by: 1. Interstitial Warm-Water Hyperthermia Combined with Ir HDR Implantation: Principle, Practical Application and First Clinical Experiences K. Arian-Schad, H. Leitner, G. Interstitial Warm-Water Hyperthermia Combined with Ir HDR Implantation: Principle, Practical Application and First Clinical Experiences Pages Arian-Schad, K.

(et al.). The presented paper shows a new concept of multi-slot coaxial antenna working at different frequencies to predict the best solution for interstitial microwave hyperthermia treatment. The described method concerns a microwave heating of unhealthy cells using a thin microwave antenna located in Author: Piotr Gas.

Locoregional hyperthermia can be differentiated into external, interstitial and endocavitary hyperthermia. Different heat delivery systems are available: antennae array, capacitive coupled, and inductive devices.

Depending on localization and size of the tumour different methods and techniques can be applied: superficial, intratumoral (thermoablation), deep hyperthermia, endocavitary, and part. Interstitial thermoradiotherapy, an experimental cancer treatment that combines interstitial radiation implants (brachytherapy) and interstitial hyperthermia, is in the early stages of investigation.

In accordance with the procedure used in a current national trial protocol, a minute hyperthermia treatment is administered after catheters are. This book presents all effective and safe techniques in interstitial hyperthermia and gives examples of applications in areas of clinical interest.

Interstitial hyperthermia has been preferentially accepted by oncologists because it can be easily combined with other forms of treatment. One of the principal advantages is the threedimensionally. Hyperthermia (40 to 43° C [ to ° F]) alone can damage or kill cancer cells, but more importantly, hyperthermia might potentiate the effectiveness of chemotherapy and radiation by softening the tumor tissue, thus reducing its interstitial pressure.

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Hardback $ This product is currently out of stock. ISBN Published December 1, by CRC Press Pages. Hyperthermia therapy is a type of medical treatment in which body tissue is exposed to higher temperatures in an effort to treat Lyme disease and cancer.

Hyperthermia uses higher temperatures than diathermy, which is the deep heating of body tissue for relaxation or physical ques that bring local tissues to quite high temperatures, such as radio frequency ablation, are also not ICDPCS: 6A3. Interstitial hyperthermia. This type of hyperthermia therapy is used for certain body cavities or within organs that are surrounded by bone (the brain for example) and it is executed via previously implanted catheters.

In this regard microwave antenna are used almost exclusively. Magnetic field hyperthermia. This process is still in the trial. Quality assurance guidelines for interstitial hyperthermia Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Hyperthermia 36(9) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Several methods of hyperthermia are currently under study, including local, regional, and whole-body hyperthermia (1, 3–9).In local hyperthermia, heat is applied to a small area, such as a tumor, using various techniques that deliver energy to heat the ent types of energy may be used to apply heat, including microwave, radiofrequency, and ultrasound.

Local hyperthermia confines the treatment to a small area, such as a tumor. Approaches to local hyperthermia include: external approach, which is used to treat tumors that are near the body surface in which external applicators are placed to raise the temperature of the tumor; interstitial approach, used to treat tumors deep within the body (eg, brain tumors) where probes or needles are.

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Prospects for interstitial hyperthermia, Ch. Coughlin; physics of microwave hyperthermia, B.S. Trembly et al; physics of interstitial hyperthermia - radiofrequency and hot water tube techniques, J.W.

Hand et al; the biology of hyperthermia combined with low rate : Hardcover.A model which is an example of local interstitial microwave hyperthermia is presented.

A microwave coaxial slot antenna placed in the liver tissue is the heat : Piotr Gas.Laser interstitial thermal therapy is a minimally invasive ablative technique that continues to gain popularity in treatment of a variety of intracranial and spinal disorders.

In the field of neuro-oncology it continues to be used for treatment of a variety of intracranial neoplasms, including glioblastoma—the most common malignant primary brain by: 1.