Transient microwave induced neurosensory reactions during superficial hyperthermia treatment.

@article{Scott1985TransientMI,
  title={Transient microwave induced neurosensory reactions during superficial hyperthermia treatment.},
  author={Russell S. Scott and Lamont Clay and Kenneth Storey and Robert James Johnson},
  journal={International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics},
  year={1985},
  volume={11 3},
  pages={561-6}
}
A pattern of neural anomaly has emerged in 10 of the 200 patients treated with ionizing external beam radiation and 915 MHz microwave induced hyperthermia for superficial malignancies. Patients report various sensations in parts of the body which not only are far removed from the treated area, but also are not generated through pathways in the treated areas. The most common sensation was a numbness and tingling in the ipsilateral arm when the chest was being treated. In each case, the… CONTINUE READING

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