Lung Perfusion Score Can Predict Future Pulmonary Complications After Radiation Therapy in Patients With Lung Cancer

@inproceedings{Gayed2007LungPS,
  title={Lung Perfusion Score Can Predict Future Pulmonary Complications After Radiation Therapy in Patients With Lung Cancer},
  author={I. Gayed and J. Chang and Z. Liao and H. Liu and M. Jeter and P. Liu and R. Komaki},
  year={2007}
}
17% to 24%) and 23% (95% C.I. 19% to 27%), respectively. In univariate analyses, smoking status (150 current smokers, 371 previous smokers, and 46 nonsmokers, p\0.001), nodal status (104 node negative, 363 node positive, p = 0.029), volume of normal lung (median 3486 cc, range 1252 to 7870 cc, p = 0.003), percent of total lung represented by the GTV (median 3.5%, range \0.1% to 37.5%, p = 0.010), use of 4D-CT (N = 122, p = 0.048) and IMRT (N = 84, p = 0.034), mean dose to (normal) lung (median… Expand