THE EFFECT OF ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD AND LOCAL INDUCTIVE HYPERTHERMIA ON NONLINEARDYNAMICS OF THE GROWTH OF TRANSPLANTED ANIMAL TUMORS
Summary. Aim: To examine the effects of electromagnetic field with amplified magnetic component and local inductive hyperthermia (IH) on nonlinear dynamics of the growth of animal tumors. Materials and Methods: Guerin carcinoma, Lewis lung carcinoma, sarcoma 45, Walker 256 carcinosarcoma and Pliss lymphosarcoma were studied. The animal tumors were exposed inside of loop aerial, 3 cm in diameter locally for 30 min. Parameters of electromagnetic irradiation (EI): frequency 40 MHz, magnetic intensity 72 А/m, electric intensity 200 V/m and the output power 50 W. The temperature measured by immersion of thermocouple inside the center of the tumor didn’t exceed 38.5–39.5 °C. Nonlinear dynamics of the growth of animal tumors was analyzed by autocatalytic equation. The heterogeneity of ultrasonic image of the tumor was analyzed by Moran spatial autocorrelation. Results: The strongest inhibition effect under the influence of EI was in Pliss lymphosarcoma and sarcoma 45. The growth stimulation of animal tumors after EI was recorded in Walker 256 carcinosarcoma. The use of mild IH increased the blood flow in the tumor of Guerin carcinoma. Conclusion: These results are important for clinical application because they testify the necessity of optimization of schemes for local EI during anticancer neoadjuvant therapy with the use of drugs or magnetic nanoparticles. The use of mild IH as a basis for the monotherapy of malignant tumors is not expedient.
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