A prospective study of the value of pre- and post-treatment magnetic resonance imaging examinations for advanced cervical cancer

@inproceedings{Csutak2016APS,
  title={A prospective study of the value of pre- and post-treatment magnetic resonance imaging examinations for advanced cervical cancer},
  author={Csaba Csutak and Claudia Ordeanu and Viorica Magdalena Nagy and Diana Cristina Pop and Sorana D. Bolboaca and Radu Badea and Liliana Chiorean and Sorin Marian Dudea},
  booktitle={Clujul medical},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND AND AIM Cervical cancer has high incidence and mortality in developing countries. It is the only gynecological malignancy that is clinically staged. Staging at the time of diagnosis is crucial for treatment planning. After radiation therapy, clinical examination is limited because of radiation changes. An imaging method relatively unaffected by radiation changes would be useful for the assessment of therapy results and for management. We sought to demonstrate the value of magnetic… CONTINUE READING

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