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Highly-conformal intensity-modulated radiotherapy reduced toxicity without jeopardizing outcome in patients with paranasal sinus cancer treated by surgery and radiotherapy or (chemo)radiation.
OBJECTIVES To report oncologic outcomes of patients with paranasal sinus cancer (PNSC) treated by surgery and radiotherapy or (chemo)radiation and to investigate the impact of improving the radiationExpand
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Intensity‐modulated radiotherapy followed by a brachytherapy boost for oropharyngeal cancer
The purpose of this study was to reduce the incidence of radiation‐induced toxicity in patients with early‐stage oropharyngeal cancer, using highly conformal radiation techniques.
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Dietary counselling and nutritional support in oropharyngeal cancer patients treated with radiotherapy: persistent weight loss during 1-year follow-ups
Background/Objectives:The need for dietary counselling and nutritional support in oropharyngeal cancer patients is generally accepted. However, evidence for the effectiveness is sparse. The aim ofExpand
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Clinical Investigation : Head and Neck Cancer A Single-Institutional Experience of 15 Years of Treating T 3 Laryngeal Cancer With Primary Radiotherapy , With or Without Chemotherapy
Patients with T3 laryngeal cancer achieved a good LC with RT alone. However, the addition of chemotherapy to the RT significantly improved LC, laryngectomyfree survival, and DM-free survival.Expand
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Adjunctive treatment of keloids: comparison of photodynamic therapy with brachytherapy
BackgroundThe aesthetic result after brachytherapy, especially hypopigmentation, remains a significant problem. Given that brachytherapy may be carcinogenic, it is difficult to recommend thisExpand
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Radiotherapy for T1a glottic cancer: the influence of smoking cessation and fractionation schedule of radiotherapy
The objective of the presented study is to report on retrospectively collected data on long-term outcome and toxicity and prospective assessment of quality of life (QoL) and Voice-Handicap IndexExpand
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Quality of life of oropharyngeal cancer patients treated with brachytherapy
Brachytherapy (BT) is a highly conformal (accurate clinical target volume delineation, no planning target volume margin) radiotherapy technique; the radioactive source, guided by afterloadingExpand
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ADVANCED RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT OF AC-MODULES (ARIA)
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The immunity tests on two AC-module inverters, Sunmaster 130S and Edisun 230721G, must investigate and possibly improve the electrical reliability af the AC-modules. Expand
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