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Volume 17, Number 6, 2012


  • The prescription of oral anticancer drugs: Another perspective

    Luis Linares, Adela Poitevin, Cuauhtemoc De la Pena, Keith R. Britton, Rosalba Ospino, Raul Lara, Gustavo Sarria, Neiro Motta, Nicholas Rene, Luis Pinillos, Paulo Novaes, on behalf of the Latin Association of Radiation Oncology (ALATRO)
    p. 295-297
  • Recommendations of the Spanish Societies of Radiation Oncology (SEOR), Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging (SEMNiM), and Medical Physics (SEFM) on 18F-FDG PET-CT for radiotherapy treatment planning

    The Cooperative Group for PET-CT in Radiotherapy Treatment Planning, Begoña Caballero Perea, Antonio Cabrera Villegas, José Miguel Delgado Rodríguez, María José García Velloso, Ana María García Vic
    p. 298-318
  • Role of extended histological examination in the assessment of local recurrence of tongue and floor of the mouth cancer

    Bartosz Szybiak, Paweł Trzeciak, Wojciech Golusiński
    p. 319-323
  • Exit fluence analysis using portal dosimetry in volumetric modulated arc therapy

    Prabakar Sukumar, Sriram Padmanaban, Dhanabalan Rajasekaran, Muniyappan Kannan, Vivekanandan Nagarajan
    p. 324-331
  • Incidence of radiation toxicity in cervical cancer and endometrial cancer patients treated with radiotherapy alone versus adjuvant radiotherapy

    Andrzej Roszak, Żaneta Wareńczak-Florczak, Krystyna Bratos, Piotr Milecki
    p. 332-338
  • Thermal and resonance neutrons generated by various electron and X-ray therapeutic beams from medical linacs installed in polish oncological centers

    Adam Konefał, Andrzej Orlef, Marcin Łaciak, Aleksander Ciba, Marek Szewczuk
    p. 339-346
  • Comparison of dose distribution in IMRT and RapidArc technique in prostate radiotherapy

    Wojciech Leszczyński, Krzysztof Ślosarek, Marta Szlag
    p. 347-351
  • A retrospective analysis of rectal and bladder dose for gynecological brachytherapy treatments with GZP6 HDR afterloading system

    Mohammad Taghi Bahreyni Toossi, Mahdi Ghorbani, Yasha Makhdoumi, Mojtaba Taheri, Fatemeh Homaee Shandiz, Siavash Zahed Anaraki, Ali Soleimani Meigooni
    p. 352-357
  • Modeling the time dependent distribution of a new 153Sm complex for targeted radiotherapy purpose

    Dariush Sardari, Amir Hakimi
    p. 358-362
  • Primary squamous cell carcinoma of the breast: A rare case report

    Stefania Carbone, Rosabel Lobo Alvarez, Annalisa Lamacchia, Asuncion Almenar Gil, Raquel Martin Hernandez, Jose Luis Lopez Guerra, Hugo Marsiglia
    p. 363-366
  • Dose distribution homogeneity in two TBI techniques—Analysis of 208 irradiated patients conducted in Stanislaw Leszczynski Memorial Hospital, Katowice

    Aneta Kawa-Iwanicka, Włodzimierz Łobodziec, Marcin Dybek, Dorota Nenko, Tomasz Iwanicki
    p. 367-375
  • Comparison of neoadjuvant oral chemotherapy with UFT plus Folinic acid or Capecitabine concomitant with radiotherapy on locally advanced rectal cancer

    Sofia Conde, Margarida Borrego, Tânia Teixeira, Rubina Teixeira, Anabela Sá, Paula Soares
    p. 376-383
  • Entire hemithorax irradiation for Masaoka stage IVa thymomas

    André Soares, Luís Vasco Louro, Marta Almeida, Olga Sousa
    p. 384-388

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