Impact of neoadjuvant radiation on margins for non–squamous cell carcinoma sinonasal malignancies

@article{Fu2018ImpactON,
  title={Impact of neoadjuvant radiation on margins for non–squamous cell carcinoma sinonasal malignancies},
  author={Terence S. Fu and Christopher J. Chin and Wei Xu and Jiahua Che and Shao Hui Huang and Eric Monteiro and Yazeed Alghonaim and Jolie Ringash and I. Witterick},
  journal={The Laryngoscope},
  year={2018},
  volume={128}
}
Treatment of non–squamous cell carcinoma sinonasal malignancies (NSCCSMs) typically involves surgery and radiotherapy (RT), but optimal sequencing remains controversial. 
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