Pulsed ultrasound enhances gene therapy for tumorsHigh – intensity focused ultrasound is emitted in short pulses is a promising, non-invasive procedure for improving gene in order to destroy cancer cells without harming healthy tissue, according to a study in the May issue of of the journal Radiology.
High – Intensity Focused Ultrasound is more powerful than standard ultrasound. May may tumors through long and continuous exposures that in the interior of in the interior of cancer effectively effectively cooking . Under a technique. Pulsed HIFU instead renders tissues permeable and helps a specific orientation for receiving genes and other therapeutic substances injected into the body. – Basically, we are using sound waves to open up the tissue by producing gaps between the cells, making it leakier and more prone to accept different genes, agents and compounds, said Victor Frenkel, research associate for diagnostic radiology at the NIH Clinical Center in Bethesda.At six months Symptom reliefs Data in Endometriosis Trial version.
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