R H Foxlee

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HyperOncology is a prototype hypermedia-based workstation designed for the practicing radiation oncologist. Individual patient records consist of linked demographic, clinical history, presentation, staging, course, laboratory and treatment data. Searching and sorting capabilities, navigational aids, information printing and archiving, plotting capability,(More)
  • R H Foxlee
  • American journal of clinical oncology
  • 1993
PURPOSE Physicians currently use technology, where appropriate, to improve patient care, for example, MRI and three-dimensional radiotherapy dose planning. One area that has seen limited benefit from current technology is in documenting of medical information. DESIGN Review of related literature and directed interviews. RESULTS Technology is available(More)
(1) 50 consecutive patients with cancer of the prostate, stages A2 through C2 received external irradiation. The whole pelvis was treated using 4-MV photons, and a prostate boost was given through the perineum using a cesium-137 teletherapy unit. (2) The treatment technique was easily duplicated daily and was well tolerated. There were no grade 2, 3 or 4(More)
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