Luciant D. Wolfsberger

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BACKGROUND Prostate volume can affect whether patients qualify for brachytherapy (desired size ≥20 mL and ≤60 mL) and/or active surveillance (desired PSA density ≤0.15 for very low risk disease).(More)
PURPOSE To describe the use of a temporary spacer to reduce rectal dose prior to prostate radiation in a man with prior pelvic radiotherapy and review the relevant literature. METHODS AND MATERIALS(More)
249 Background: Prostate volume affects whether patients qualify for brachytherapy (desired size ≥20mL and ≤60mL) or active surveillance (desired PSA density ≤0.15). This study examines variability(More)
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