Tratto da: “The Center Frontier Science at temple Univerwsity”
Studies on the Interaction Between Electromagnetic Fields and Living Matter Neoplastic Cellular Culture
Patient S. A., male, age 44, was diagnosed with peritoneal carcinosis in 1989, having a mass with a maximum diameter of 40 cm. An echograph report in 1990 stated: “ . . .liver… with dishomogeneous structure due to secondary iocalizations, the largest of which in the left lobe has a diameter of about 4 cm.
…Kidneys had moderate dilatation of the calico pieliche structures. Upper and lower abdomen was completely occupied by expansive formation of mixed structure, part liquid, part solid that compresses also the bladder and does not permit a precise evaluation of the bladder wails and the prostate.” The patient was inoperable and underwent treatment in 1990 with electromagnetic energy.
The echograph report in 1991 stated: “…the iiver is enlarged with diffused dishomogeneous structure.
Definite signs of nodular lesions are not identifiable at different acoustic impedances… The pelvis and partially the abdomen are occupied by a voluminous expansive formation with a maximum longitudinai diameter of approximately 20 cm., with an echostructure that is strongiy dishomogeneous, referabie to discariocinetic lesions. The bladder appears to have conserved regular walls. The dimensions and the echostructure of the prostate are within normai limits.”
Patient N. M., female, age 56, was diagnosed with lobular carcinoma of the breast in 1988.
She underwent a surgical operation and chemotherapy. At the time of the treatment with electromagnetic energy in 1991, she was suffering from a serious decline of general health, a hepatic metastasis of 3.3 cm diameter, and other disseminated hepatic parenchima metastases and a costal metastasis.
The treatment lasted almost two months during which time the main hepatic localization reduced to a diameter of about 3 cm., and the other metastases disappeared. The upper abdominal echotomograph report in 1991 stated, “an hypoechogenous area is visible, with irregular margins and a diameter of 3.3 cm. referable, as first hypothesized, to metastases and numerous other hypoechogenous areas.
” An echography report described “a delimited hypoechogenous nodular formation, with a diameter of 3 cm, of irregular shape and a endoiesional hypereflectant formation…” The remaining parenchima did not show alterations of the echogenous structure. In Figure 14, a bone scintigraphy, taken in 1991, shows the costal localization. Figure 15 shows the examination made in 1992, in which it was pointed out, “the anomalous finding, reported in the previous examination of 28 Jan 1991 is practicaily no longer recognizable; the other parameters, within formai limits, have not varied.”
Patient D. A., female, age 69, was diagnosed with papiliary cistoadenocarcinoma of the ovary, metastatic and infiltrating in 1987. Chemotherapy was performed, butto no avail. When the patient was subjected to electromagnetic therapy in 1990, she had metastases in the peritoneum, and the echograph showed that the “the parametrium appeared to be occupied by a voluminous mass with a diameter of about 15 cm. and mixed structure, irregular polycystic with vegetating solid formations, that were referred to ovaric adenocarcinoma”.
Her general condition was seriously compromised. The treatment lasted approximately two months.
The progression of the illness stopped and the mass progressively reduced in volume.
The echotomograph report of November 1990 stated: “…Posterior to the uterus occupying the Douglas, – an expansive formation with diameter over 12 cm. and mixed structure part liquid and part solid of probable annexial origin.”
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