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Mild hyperthermia by MR-guided focused ultrasound in an ex vivo model of osteolytic bone tumour: optimization of the spatio-temporal control of the delivered temperature

Published inJournal of Translational Medicine, vol. 17, no. 1, 350
Publication date2019
Abstract

Magnetic resonance guided focused ultrasound was suggested for the induction of deep localized hyperthermia adjuvant to radiation- or chemotherapy. In this study we are aiming to validate an experimental model for the induction of uniform temperature elevation in osteolytic bone tumours, using the natural acoustic window provided by the cortical breakthrough.

Keywords
  • Adjuvant hyperthermia
  • Osteolytic tumours
  • MR-guided focused ultrasound
  • Temperature control
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GUILLEMIN, Pauline Coralie et al. Mild hyperthermia by MR-guided focused ultrasound in an ex vivo model of osteolytic bone tumour: optimization of the spatio-temporal control of the delivered temperature. In: Journal of Translational Medicine, 2019, vol. 17, n° 1, p. 350. doi: 10.1186/s12967-019-2094-x
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