The Japanese Journal of Urology
Online ISSN : 1884-7110
Print ISSN : 0021-5287
ISSN-L : 0021-5287
ULTRASTRUCTURAL CONSEQUENCE OF SHOCK WAVE EXPOSURE ON VX2 CANCER IMPLANTED TO THE URINARY BLADDER
Toshinori SaitohSeiichi OrikasaSenji HoshiKenichi SuzukiNaomasa IoritaniKatsuyuki TaguchiShuuichi ShiraiYasuo InabaMasa-aki Kuwahara
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1994 Volume 85 Issue 10 Pages 1558-1562

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In order to clarify the ultrastructural consequence of the VX2 cancer cell exposed to underwater shock waves. The VX2 cancer implanted to the urinary bladder of rabbit was received the shock waves (1000 shots, 100MPa, 5/sec.) generated by the piezo-ceramics. Damage to the cancer cell were manifested by the three kind of findings: the one was the cell junction failure which caused the isolated cells; the second was the destruction of organelle which seemed to form the vacuole in cytoplasm; and the last finding was the emergence of moth eaten appearance in the exposed cell. We conclude that underwater shock wave exposure induces lethal injury in VX2 implanted cancer.

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