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    題名: Review: Therapeutical Applications of Heat in Cancer Therapy
    作者: Huang, Huang-Wen;Liauh, Chihng-Tsung
    貢獻者: 淡江大學資訊創新與科技學系
    關鍵詞: Hyperthermia;Thermal ablation;Thermal therapy;Bioheat transfer equation;Heat therapy
    日期: 2012-02
    上傳時間: 2012-05-09 12:59:44 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 臺南市:中華民國生物醫學工程學會
    摘要: This paper reviews promising medical treatments which apply thermal energy to living tissues for increasing or decreasing their temperatures to therapeutic levels. The treatments are classified into low-temperature treatments (hyperthermia. cryoablation or thermal therapy, ranging from minutes to hours) and high-temperature treatments (thermal ablation treatments, ranging from seconds to minutes). Heating in biothermal systems involves three primary heat transport modes: thermal conduction, convection and radiation. The complex shapes of living vasculatures and organs make heating the target volume to a therapeutic temperature difficult. Thermal models used to describe biothermal systems are presented. The pennes bioheat transfer equation is widely used to deal with temperature or heat associated with humans or other living creatures. Other models that describe the impact of thermally significant blood vessels (or vascular system) and blood perfusion during treatment are also introduced. Healing methods that deposit thermal energy in a transport medium (e.g., solid tumor, tissues, liquid) are highlighted. The combination of thermal therapies with other treatment modalities (such as drug treatment) is discussed.
    關聯: Journal of Medical and Biological Engineering=中華醫學工程學刊 32(1), pp.1-11
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