Volume 17

**Szasz O, Szigeti Gy, Szasz A (2016) Connections between the specific absorption rate and the local temperature. Oncothermia Journal 17:7-29**

**Szasz O, Szasz A (2016) Considering skin physiology in capacitive-coupled hyperthermia. Oncothermia Journal 17:30-37**

**Szasz O, Szasz A (2016) Heating, Efficacy and Dose of Local Hyperthermia. Oncothermia Journal 17:38-47**

**Vince Gy, Szigeti GyP, Szasz O (2016) Negative impedance interval of blood flow in capillary bed. Oncothermia Journal 17:48-54**

“We study a simple model of the capillary network of living systems. The volume flow of the blood versus pressure drop has a negative impedance interval, because the viscosity of the blood decreases with increasing shear rate. We explain the channel formation and deviations of the blood flow in solid tumours by this phenomenon.”

**Vincze Gy, Szigeti GyP, Szasz O (2016) Non-Newtonian analysis of blood-flow. Oncothermia Journal 17:55-67**

“The flow of blood is a non-Newtonian phenomenon, best described by Bingham fluids. We have given the basic balance equations and criteria. Due to the huge variation of the vessel diameters and consequently the complete flow behaviours of the blood in the actual vessel, we describe the similarities of flows.”

**Vincze Gy, Szasz A (2016) Notes on psychophysics. Oncothermia Journal 17:68-73**

**Vincze Gy, Szasz A (2016) Onsagerian Quantum Mechanics. Oncothermia Journal 17:74-95**

“We describe the basic quantum-mechanical categories and properties of the thermodynamical basis of Onsager’s theorem. 3 basic principles are use: 1. Energy dissipation; 2. Hamiltonian formalism; 3. Onsager’s linearity. We obtain the 2 characteristic values of the observables, their main-value and the deviation, the first and second momentums of the probability distribution function, which we also derived also from the same principles.

**Vincze Gy, Szigeti GyP, Szasz A (2016) Reorganization of the cytoskeleton. Oncothermia Journal 17:96-107**

“The effect of a modulated electromagnetic field on the cytoskeleton is possible through the action of voltage-sensitive phosphatase (VSP). Field-controlled phosphorous hydrolysis could have important roles in cytoskeleton restructuring, as well as in resonant-type behavior.”