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The efficacy of low-dose radiation was evaluated in the treatment of eyes with subfoveal or juxtafoveal choroidal neovascularization in age-related macular degeneration. Ten eyes of ten patients received a total dose of 14 Gy of 10 MV X-rays in seven fractions and the mean follow-up time was 12 months (range 9 approximately 18 months). Thirteen control eyes(More)
A hematogenic metastasis to the biceps muscle of right upper arm was reported in a 48-year-old women with recurrent uterine cervical cancer who had undergone radiotherapy. Cancer metastasis to the limb skeletal muscle is very rare. We have not known the similar case report in uterine cervical cancer.
Thirty-six previously untreated cases of head and neck cancer were given a combined therapy of irradiation and intra-arterial, one-shot injection of Cisplatin. As a result, the primary lesions in 35 cases were seen to achieve a 66% complete remission (CR) and a 100% overall response (OR). The lymph metastases in twenty-one cases with positive node achieved(More)
Using in vitro continuous labeling with bromodeoxyuridine and immunohistochemical staining, potential doubling time (Tpot) was calculated in 24 patients with head and neck carcinoma treated with radiotherapy. There was no evident correlation between Tpot and tumor response in the cases treated with external irradiation. However, in one case of T2N0(More)
A case of a 49-year-old woman who was found to have a giant splenic aneurysm during the course of TAE therapy for hepatoma and who was given TAE therapy using 47 steel coils is reported. The splenic arterial embolization therapy using steel coils proved effective for preventing the rupture of an aneurysm and for inhibiting hypersplenism. In addition, no(More)
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