- n abnormally high body temperature; sometimes induced (as in treating some forms of cancer)
- All have exhausted traditional treatments, such as surgery, radiation and chemo, and even some alternative ones like hyperthermia and autohemotherapy.
- Such so-called hyperthermia treatments have been tried in the past, with little success in part because it was difficult to isolate the tumor from the normal tissue around it.
- Only a few months ago, according to Crawford and his doctors, his body was covered with Kaposi's sarcoma lesions, but after the hyperthermia treatment, the sores vanished.
- Marie Cassidy in Irish Independent
Using near-infrared light for the induction of hyperthermia is particularly attractive because living tissues do not strongly absorb radiation in this range. Once the carbon nanotubes have bound to the tumor cells, an external source of... Ellen Vitetta http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ellen_Vitetta&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNFTXzQBACxBxpqykEMA53YMG5ELSQ Thaindian.com (blog) http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/india-news/new-method-may-help-cook-cancer-cells_10061078.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNH--B1zjYAdhVo3yN8SHL3o1DP9jQ Jun 17, 2008
49040 66597 hyperthermia Ecstasy is a stimulant and may cause anxiety, excitement . . . which may result in rash and foolish behaviour. It may cause hyperthermia and Shane Coughlan may have deliberately gone into the water to cool down," said State Pathologist...
- Winston Churchill in 9NEWS.com
The ducks and water fowl have a natural oil that prevent cold weather, cold air from getting through to their skin and unfortunately, something's happening to the duck that's causing them to lose their waterproofing, get hyperthermia and die,...