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    Title: Bioheat transfer and thermal heating for tumor treatment
    Authors: 黃煌文;Huang-Wen Huang;Tzyy-Leng Horng
    Contributors: 資訊創新與科技學系
    Keywords: hyperthermia, thermal ablation, thermal modeling, heat transfer, blood perfusion rate, thermally significant blood vessels.
    Date: 2014-12-10
    Issue Date: 2014-08-29 18:15:07 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: ELSEVIER
    Abstract: Hyperthermia (or thermal ablation) is a cancer treatment which uses thermal energy deposited to damage and kill cancer cells in human or living body, with minimal injury to normal tissues. The treatment involves several heat transfer modes and blood flow cooling in biological processes. The objective of this chapter is to introduce bio-heat transfer models and those processes during thermal heating for tumor treatment. Heat transfer modes and blood fluid flow are interrelated during thermal heating. Blood fluid flow in thermally significant blood vessels, blood perfusion rate and heat transfer modes (conduction and convection) will be presented. Some difficulties during heating for tumor treatments will also be addressed.
    Relation: Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow in Biological Processes Edited by: Andrey Kuznetsov and Sid Becker
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