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January 14, 1939

Ergebnisse der biophysikalischen Forschung in Einzeldarstellungen

JAMA. 1939;112(2):176. doi:10.1001/jama.1939.02800020082033

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Abstract

This volume on ultrashort waves in their medical-biologic applications is the latest contribution to that field by German physical therapy. This work is the first volume of a symposium called "The Observations of Biophysical Research" being assembled by Professor Rajewsky.

In no sense a handbook for everyday use by the physician, it is essentially a rigorously theoretical textbook for advanced study. The subject matter is in large measure intelligible only to a properly qualified physicist. This becomes evident from a cursory examination of chapter headings:

Introduction: Actual problems of biophysical research in the field of short and ultrashort waves.

Chapter 1: The physical and technical fundamentals of ultrashort wave therapy.

Chapter 2: Biophysical foundation of ultrashort wave action in living tissue.

Chapter 3: Theory of the reactions of biologic bodies in the high frequency fields.

Chapter 4: The problem of treating biologic bodies in an ultrashort wave radiation field.

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