Development in Oncological Hyperthermia

Hyperthermia was the very first oncotherapy in human medicine, but its applicability in modern oncology was dubious. The discovery of electromagnetism gave new hope a century ago, however, until up to now, it has been suffering from lack of wide acceptance. Oncological hyperthermia suffers from multiple unsolved medical and technical problems. The accurate selection of
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We studied the homeostatic equilibrium of the healthy organism. The homeostasis is controlled by oppositely effective physiologic feedback signal-pairs in various time-scales. We show that the entropy of every signal in this state is identical and constant: SE=1.8. The controlling physiological signals fluctuate around their average values. The fluctuation is time-fractal, (pink-noise), which characterizes the
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The complex of conceptual views about ball lightning (BL) as containing surplus electrical charge quasi stationary material foundation with distinctions between levels of translation temperature and exciting temperatures of chemical bonds and electron energy states has been offered and is substantiated in the paper. The being formed complex is grounded upon overstepping the limits of
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The hypothesis of cosmic censorship (CCH) plays a crucial role in classical General Relativity, namely to ensure that naked singularities would never emerge, in which case phenomena beyond our understanding and ability to predict could occur. More than 40 years after it was first proposed, the validity of the hypothesis remains an open question. Here
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We extend the static interior Schwarzschild solution to a collapsing model by applying geometrical methods. We examine the field quantities and field equations in the comoving and non-comoving observer systems. The collapsing stellar object contracts asymptotically to its minimum extent and needs an infinitely long time to arrive at the final state. The event horizon
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The rapid development of surface sensitive biosensor technologies requires optimum control of surface modification to provide reliable and reproducible results. To assemble a quartz crystal microbalance (QCM)-based protein biosensor, we focused our attention on the sulfide receptor and its integration with the surface of the golden electrode. Here, we present different surface modification processing time
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Aims: To determine the concentrations of heavy metals (Cd, Fe, Mn, Pb, and Zn) in kidney and liver of slaughtered cattle.  Study Design: Analytical method. Place and Duration of Study: Samples obtained from Gwagwalada abattoir in Abuja, Nigeria and transported University of Abuja, Chemistry Laboratory for analysis. The study lasted for four (4) months.  Methodology:
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This paper discusses quantum mechanical schemas for describing waves with non-abelian phases, Fock spaces of annihilation-creation operators for these structures, and the Feynman recipe for obtaining descriptions of particle interactions with external fields. Author (s) Details Daniel Sepunaru RCQCE – Research Center for Quantum Communication, Holon Academic Institute of Technology, 52 Golomb St., Holon 58102,
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This chapter introduces two type helix antennas. One is a broadband inverted conical circularly polarized quadrifilar helix antenna (QHA). The antenna has many good characteristics, including wide beam and broad bandwidth, which are achieved by utilizing inverted conical geometry and adjusting the dimensions of the inverted conical support. The antenna is fed by a wideband
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Aims: Temperature changes in the air, land and ocean together with the hydrological cycle and changing precipitation patterns are some of the topics assessed by scientists all over the world in order to study the signals of a changing climate. As the impacts of climate change are expected to be noticed both at global and
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