Treating Verruca Effectively with Microwave Energy - Are we getting warmer?
The basic science of microwave effects on skin and clinical responses noted suggest a mechanism for the observed action of microwaves in cutaneous warts, although more research is required to further this knowledge. Our understanding of the molecular mechanisms of hyperthermia provides a strong case for this new technology to be explored further as a local immune response activator therapy. Additionally, it seems likely that there may be many other potential dermatology applications for this exciting technology.
- Microwave Therapy for Cutaneous Human Papilloma Virus Infection
- The Successful Use of a Novel Microwave Device in the Treatment of a Plantar Wart
- Successful Treatment of Hard Corns in Two Patients Using Microwave Energy
- Treating Verruca Effectively with Microwave Energy - Are we getting warmer?
- A Feasibility Study of Microwave Therapy for Precancerous Actinic Keratosis
- Microwaves: A Painless, Efficient New Treatment for Plantar Warts
- Positive keratinocytes in 3D cell culture models: a novel therapy for HPV-associated disease
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