Sri Kamal Kandala

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PURPOSE We aimed to characterise magnetic nanoparticle hyperthermia (mNPH) with radiation therapy (RT) for prostate cancer. METHODS Human prostate cancer subcutaneous tumours, PC3 and LAPC-4, were grown in nude male mice. When tumours measured 150 mm3 magnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (MIONPs) were injected into tumours to a target dose of 5.5 mg Fe/cm3(More)
The effect of the underlying blood vessel on the transient thermal response of the skin surface with and without a melanoma lesion is studied. A 3D computational model of the layers of the skin tissue with cancerous lesion was developed in COMSOL software package. Heat transfer in the skin layers and the lesion is governed by the Pennes bio-heat equation,(More)
Magnetic nanoparticles dissipate heat when exposed to alternating magnetic fields (AMFs), making them suitable for cancer hyperthermia. Therapeutic heating applications demand accurate characterization of the heating power dissipated by the particles. Specific loss power (SLP) generated by magnetic nanoparticles is estimated from calorimetric heating(More)
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