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Semiconductor heat flow meters in medical diagnosis and therapy

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Ternopol' Medical Institute, Ukrainian Ministry of Health. Translated from Meditsinskaya Tekhnika, No. 6, pp. 36–37, November–December, 1994.

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Ladyka, R.B., Bakalyuk, O.N., Bulat, L.P. et al. Semiconductor heat flow meters in medical diagnosis and therapy. Biomed Eng 28, 346–347 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00559913

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Keywords

  • Heat Flow
  • Medical Diagnosis
  • Semiconductor Heat