Tumor response to arterial embolization hyperthermia and direct injection hyperthermia in a rabbit liver tumor model.

@article{Moroz2002TumorRT,
  title={Tumor response to arterial embolization hyperthermia and direct injection hyperthermia in a rabbit liver tumor model.},
  author={Paul Moroz and Stephen K. Jones and Bruce N. Gray},
  journal={Journal of surgical oncology},
  year={2002},
  volume={80 3},
  pages={149-56}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES It is possible to arterially embolize or directly inject liver tumors in small animal models with ferromagnetic particles that generate hysteretic heating on exposure to an alternating magnetic field. The objective of this study was to compare the response of liver tumors to arterial embolization hyperthermia (AEH) and direct injection hyperthermia (DIH). METHODS Ten rabbits containing experimental hepatic tumors were treated with AEH, and a second group of ten… CONTINUE READING

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