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Absorption spectra and light penetration depth of normal and pathologically altered human skin
A three-layered skin model (stratum corneum, epidermis, and dermis) and engineering formulas for radiative transfer theory are used to study absorption spectra and light penetration depths of normalExpand
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[Active oxygen species, antioxidants, and the action of therapeutic physical factors].
  • V. Ulashchik
  • Medicine
  • Voprosy kurortologii, fizioterapii, i lechebnoi…
  • 15 February 2013
Characteristics of active oxygen species, the antioxidative system and their biological role are considered. The known data concerning the influence of physical factors on the processes proceedingExpand
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Apparatus for low-level laser therapy: modern status and development trends
This paper gives a detailed comparative analysis of the medical-engineering and functional characteristics of more than 180 modifications of modern laser therapeutic devices produced by seventyExpand
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Study of cobalt ferrite nanosuspensions for low-frequency ferromagnetic hyperthermia
High-coercive cobalt ferrite nanoparticles were synthesized and studied for magnetic hyperthermia by direct injection of their suspension into a tumor and application of a strong audio-frequencyExpand
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[Skin receptors and therapeutic physical factors].
  • V. Ulashchik
  • Medicine
  • Voprosy kurortologii, fizioterapii, i lechebnoi…
  • 5 December 2017
This review presents the data on the receptor function of the skin and its role in the formation of the body's response to the action of physical therapy. Especially much attention is given in theExpand
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[The hepatotropic action of sodium chloride and hydrocarbonate mineral water containing humic acids (an experimental study)].
The present article summarizes the results of experimental studies on the hepatotropic action of native and modified low-mineralized sodium chloride and bicarbonate waters differing in the content ofExpand
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Magnetic hyperthermia with hard-magnetic nanoparticles
Recent clinical trials of magnetic hyperthermia have proved, and even hardened, the Ankinson-Brezovich restriction as upon magnetic field conditions applicable to any site of human body. Subject toExpand
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Spectral signs of photochemical reactions when blood is exposed in vivo to therapeutic doses of ultraviolet radiation
We have used the absorption spectra of whole blood, erythrocytes, and plasma to study photochemical reactions initiated by exposure of blood in vivo to UV radiation (UV irradiation) in the UV-visibleExpand
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The Effects of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Picrotoxin-Induced Convulsions in Mice.
BACKGROUND Clinical and experimental results show that repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is effective and safe in the treatment of epilepsy. The characteristics of the impulseExpand
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Magnetic hyperthermia with hard-magnetic nanoparticles: In vivo feasibility of clinically relevant chemically enhanced tumor ablation
Abstract Recent in vitro and small-animal studies have demonstrated that anti-cancer efficiency of the emerging nanomedical technology of local magnetic hyperthermia can be essentially enhanced byExpand
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