Recovery of Salivary Function: Contralateral Parotid-sparing Intensity-modulated Radiotherapy versus Bilateral Superficial Lobe Parotid-sparing Intensity-modulated Radiotherapy

@inproceedings{Miah2016RecoveryOS,
  title={Recovery of Salivary Function: Contralateral Parotid-sparing Intensity-modulated Radiotherapy versus Bilateral Superficial Lobe Parotid-sparing Intensity-modulated Radiotherapy},
  author={A B Miah and Sarah Gulliford and James P. Morden and K L Newbold and S A Bhide and S H Zaidi and Emma Hall and K J Harrington and Christopher M. Nutting},
  booktitle={Clinical oncology (Royal College of Radiologists (Great Britain))},
  year={2016}
}
AIMS To establish whether there is a difference in recovery of salivary function with bilateral superficial lobe parotid-sparing intensity-modulated radiotherapy (BSLPS-IMRT) versus contralateral parotid-sparing IMRT (CLPS-IMRT) in patients with locally advanced head and neck squamous cell cancers. MATERIALS AND METHODS A dosimetric analysis was carried out on data from two studies in which patients received BSLPS-IMRT (PARSPORT II) or CLPS-IMRT (PARSPORT). Acute (National Cancer Institute… CONTINUE READING
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