Experimental and Clinical Studies of Hyperthermia in Oncology Using Different Electromagnetic Systems
For more than a century, heating tissues to slightly higher temperatures than physiologically normal has been envisaged as a means of antitumoral therapy.1
KeywordsSuperficial Tumor Heat Depth Local Hyperthermia Vulval Carcinoma Capacitive System
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