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Change in seroma volume during whole-breast radiation therapy.
PURPOSE After breast-conserving surgery, a seroma often forms in the surgical cavity. If not drained, it may affect the volume of tumor bed requiring a boost after whole-breast radiation therapyExpand
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Hypofractionated whole-breast radiation therapy: does breast size matter?
PURPOSE To evaluate the effects of breast size on dose-volume histogram parameters and clinical toxicity in whole-breast hypofractionated radiation therapy using intensity modulated radiation therapyExpand
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A method incorporating 4DCT data for evaluating the dosimetric effects of respiratory motion in single-arc IMAT.
This study introduces a method incorporating 4DCT data to determine the impact of respiratory motion in single-arc intensity-modulated arc therapy (IMAT). Simulation was done by re-warping the staticExpand
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Postmastectomy CT-based electron beam radiotherapy: dosimetry, efficacy, and toxicity in 118 patients.
PURPOSE To evaluate the technique, dosimetry, acute and late toxicity, local control (LC), and overall survival (OS) with the use of computed tomography (CT)-based postmastectomy electron beamExpand
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Long‐term outcomes in extremity soft tissue sarcoma after a pathologically negative re‐resection and without radiotherapy
The purpose was to define the rate of local recurrence (LR) and identify prognostic factors for LR in patients with extremity soft‐tissue sarcoma (STS) treated with limb‐sparing surgery and aExpand
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Tolerance of tissue transfers to adjuvant radiation therapy in primary soft tissue sarcoma of the extremity.
PURPOSE Treatment of extremity sarcomas occasionally requires tissue transfer in the form of pedicle flaps, free flaps, or skin grafts to repair surgical defects. These tissues are often subject toExpand
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Placement of MammoSite® Brachytherapy Catheter under Computed-Tomography Scan Guidance
Placement of the MammoSite® breast brachytherapy catheter is most commonly performed either intraoperatively or under ultrasound-guided technique. Below, we present a case report of an alternateExpand
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