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[Morphological criteria of lung cancer regression under the effect of magnetotherapy]

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The complex investigation (histological, histochemical, morphological, electrone microscopy) of lung cancerous tumors from 20 patients, subjected preoperatively to the action of magnetic fields enhancing the antitumor resistance by developing general nonspecific adaptation reactions: activation and training, has revealed a number of morphological changes which indicate a marked antitumor effect of magnetic fields. These changes were maximum manifest after 20-30 sessions. High-differentiated adenocarcinoma proved to be mostly sensitive to the magnetic field action.

Author:

Ogorodnikova, L. S. and Gairabed'iants, N. G. and Ratner, O. N. and Chirvina, E. D. and Sem, L. D.

Year:

1980

Volume:

26

Pages:

28-34--

Keywords:

Adaptation, Physiological Adenocarcinoma/pathology

Comment:

Ogorodnikova, L S Gairabed'iants, N G Ratner, O N Chirvina, E D Sem, L D Comparative Study English Abstract

Address:

Book title:

Vopr Onkol

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