Clinical treatment planning in gynecologic cancer.

L. W. Brady, Arnold Markoe, B. Micaily, J. I. Damsker, U. L. Karlsson, B. E. Amendola

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Abstract

Treatment planning in gynecologic cancer is a complicated and difficult procedure. It requires an adequate preoperative assessment of the true extent of the patient's disease process and oftentimes this can be achieved not only by conventional studies but must employ surgical exploratory techniques in order to truly define the extent of the disease. However, with contemporary sophisticated treatment planning techniques that are now available in most contemporary departments of radiation oncology, radiation therapy is reemerging as an important and major treatment technique in the management of patients with gynecologic cancer.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)302-332
Number of pages31
JournalFrontiers of radiation therapy and oncology
Volume21
StatePublished - Jan 1 1987
Externally publishedYes

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Planning Techniques
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Brady, L. W., Markoe, A., Micaily, B., Damsker, J. I., Karlsson, U. L., & Amendola, B. E. (1987). Clinical treatment planning in gynecologic cancer. Frontiers of radiation therapy and oncology, 21, 302-332.

Clinical treatment planning in gynecologic cancer. / Brady, L. W.; Markoe, Arnold; Micaily, B.; Damsker, J. I.; Karlsson, U. L.; Amendola, B. E.

In: Frontiers of radiation therapy and oncology, Vol. 21, 01.01.1987, p. 302-332.

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Brady, LW, Markoe, A, Micaily, B, Damsker, JI, Karlsson, UL & Amendola, BE 1987, 'Clinical treatment planning in gynecologic cancer.', Frontiers of radiation therapy and oncology, vol. 21, pp. 302-332.
Brady LW, Markoe A, Micaily B, Damsker JI, Karlsson UL, Amendola BE. Clinical treatment planning in gynecologic cancer. Frontiers of radiation therapy and oncology. 1987 Jan 1;21:302-332.
Brady, L. W. ; Markoe, Arnold ; Micaily, B. ; Damsker, J. I. ; Karlsson, U. L. ; Amendola, B. E. / Clinical treatment planning in gynecologic cancer. In: Frontiers of radiation therapy and oncology. 1987 ; Vol. 21. pp. 302-332.
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