Hyperthermia in Cancer Therapy
Many malignant cell lines exhibit a therapeutic response to supernormal temperatures. Selective destruction of tumor cells has been observed following moderate hyperthermia (42 degrees to 43 degrees… Expand
Rationale for initial clinical trials and future development of radioprotectors.
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: Over the past two decades a number of chemical radioprotectors have been developed which, although toxic, appear to be usable in clinically relevant doses. Because of differences in blood flow,… Expand
CHROMOPHOBE ADENOMAS OF THE PITUITARY GLAND.
Ultra-high dose-rate effects in radiosensitive bacteria.
(1969). Ultra-high Dose-rate Effects in Radiosensitive Bacteria. International Journal of Radiation Biology and Related Studies in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine: Vol. 14, No. 6, pp. 573-575.
Benign osteoblastoma of the vertebra. Report of a case with five-year follow-up after irradiation.
A productivity system for a hospital education department.
: The development of productivity systems for hospital education departments is reported. A time-based and value-based approach to documenting productivity is discussed, and the design and… Expand
Apparent absence of recovery in endogenous colony-forming cells after irradiation under hypoxic conditions. USNRDL-TR-1086.