Spot-scanning-based proton therapy for extracranial chordoma.

@article{Staab2011SpotscanningbasedPT,
  title={Spot-scanning-based proton therapy for extracranial chordoma.},
  author={Adrian Staab and Hans Peter Rutz and Carmen Ares and Beate Timmermann and Ralf A. Schneider and Alessandra Bolsi and Francesca Albertini and Antony Jonathan Lomax and Gudrun Goitein and Eugen B. Hug},
  journal={International journal of radiation oncology, biology, physics},
  year={2011},
  volume={81 4},
  pages={e489-96}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate effectiveness and safety of spot-scanning-based proton-radiotherapy (PT) for extracranial chordomas (ECC). METHODS AND MATERIAL Between 1999-2006, 40 patients with chordoma of C-, T-, and L-spine and sacrum were treated at Paul Scherrer Institute (PSI) with PT using spot-scanning. Median patient age was 58 years (range, 10-81 years); 63% were male, and 36% were female. Nineteen patients (47%) had gross residual disease (mean 69 cc; range, 13-495 cc) before PT, and 21… CONTINUE READING

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