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pulsed electromagnetic field
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OA (19 times)
ALP (16 times)
VAS (13 times)
1982 Congenital pseudoarthrosis of the tibia: treatment with pulsing electromagnetic fields.
pulsed electromagnetic field therapy
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TENS (4 times)
RCTs (3 times)
BPH (2 times)
1991 A multivariate approach to the treatment of peripheral nerve transection injury: the role of electromagnetic field therapy.
pulsed EMF
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EMF (2 times)
EMFs (2 times)
Cx43 (1 time)
2001 Human standing balance is affected by exposure to pulsed ELF magnetic fields: light intensity-dependent effects.
pulsed electromagnetic frequency
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UC (1 time)
1997 The results of a double-blind trial of pulsed electromagnetic frequency in the treatment of Perthes' disease.
PEMF treatment
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OPG (1 time)
RANKL (1 time)
Sham (1 time)
2013 Pulsed electromagnetic field stimulates osteoprotegerin and reduces RANKL expression in ovariectomized rats.
polyelectrolyte multilayer films
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Biomedical Engineering
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EGM-2 (1 time)
FBS (1 time)
MSCs (1 time)
2013 Influence of serum percentage on the behavior of Wharton's jelly mesenchymal stem cells in culture.
pulsating electromagnetically induced fields
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Cell Biology
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--- 2001 Inhibition of proliferation of human lymphoma cells U937 by a 50 Hz electromagnetic field.
pulsed electromagnetic fields selectively
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Musculoskeletal System
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--- 2017 Non-contact electromagnetic induction heating for eradicating bacteria and yeasts on biomaterials and possible relevance to orthopaedic implant infections: In vitro findings.
pulsed high-frequency electromagnetic field
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--- 1998 Mobile phones modulate response patterns of human brain activity.