The impact of pre-radiotherapy surgery on radiation-induced lung injury.

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AIMS The use of postoperative radiation therapy (PORT) is predicated by an assessment of the potential benefits and risks, including radiation-induced lung injury. In this study, the risk of radiation-induced lung injury is assessed in patients who received PORT, and compared with a group of patients who received radiation without prior surgery, to… (More)

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@article{Koak2005TheIO, title={The impact of pre-radiotherapy surgery on radiation-induced lung injury.}, author={Zafer Koçak and X Yu and Su-min Zhou and Thomas A D'amico and Donna R Hollis and Douglas Kahn and Andrea Tisch and Timothy D. Shafman and Lawrence B. Marks}, journal={Clinical oncology (Royal College of Radiologists (Great Britain))}, year={2005}, volume={17 4}, pages={210-6} }