Superficial chest wall recurrences of breast cancer: Prognostic treatment factors for combined radiation therapy and hyperthermia

H. M. Seegenschmiedt, U. L. Karlsson, R. Sauer, L. W. Brady, M. Herbst, B. E. Amendola, Arnold Markoe, S. A. Fisher, B. Micaily

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Forty-nine patients with chest wall recurrences of breast carcinoma received radiation therapy and 915-MHz microwave hyperthermia for 95 lesions. Follow-up ranged from 3 to 39 months, with five patients dying before 6 months follow-up. At 1 month follow-up, 49 (52%) of 95 lesions showed complete response; 28 (29%), partial response; and 18 (19%), no change. At 6 or more months follow-up, 54 (67%) of 81 lesions demonstrated local control; 10 (12%), partial response; six (7%), no change; and 11 (14%), local-regional recurrences. Superficial blisters occurred in 24 (25%) of 95 lesions, whereas long-term complications (deep necrosis, subcutaneous burns) occurred in seven (7%) lesions. Relapse occurred in 16 (17%) lesions, seven after initial complete response and nine after partial response. Several prognostic treatment factors were identified: applied radiation dose (>30 Gy, P<.01), size of tumor (<6 cm diameter, P<.001), minimum tumor temperature (>41°C, P<.001), and status of disease (M0 or M1 vs M2, P<.001). Treatment complications were correlated with maximum temperatures (>45°C, P<.001). In summary the palliative treatment concept proved to be safe and effective.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)551-558
Number of pages8
JournalRadiology
Volume173
Issue number2
StatePublished - Jan 1 1989
Externally publishedYes

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Thoracic Wall
Fever
Radiotherapy
Breast Neoplasms
Recurrence
Blister
Microwaves
Palliative Care
Burns
Necrosis
Therapeutics
Radiation

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Seegenschmiedt, H. M., Karlsson, U. L., Sauer, R., Brady, L. W., Herbst, M., Amendola, B. E., ... Micaily, B. (1989). Superficial chest wall recurrences of breast cancer: Prognostic treatment factors for combined radiation therapy and hyperthermia. Radiology, 173(2), 551-558.

Superficial chest wall recurrences of breast cancer : Prognostic treatment factors for combined radiation therapy and hyperthermia. / Seegenschmiedt, H. M.; Karlsson, U. L.; Sauer, R.; Brady, L. W.; Herbst, M.; Amendola, B. E.; Markoe, Arnold; Fisher, S. A.; Micaily, B.

In: Radiology, Vol. 173, No. 2, 01.01.1989, p. 551-558.

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Seegenschmiedt, HM, Karlsson, UL, Sauer, R, Brady, LW, Herbst, M, Amendola, BE, Markoe, A, Fisher, SA & Micaily, B 1989, 'Superficial chest wall recurrences of breast cancer: Prognostic treatment factors for combined radiation therapy and hyperthermia', Radiology, vol. 173, no. 2, pp. 551-558.
Seegenschmiedt HM, Karlsson UL, Sauer R, Brady LW, Herbst M, Amendola BE et al. Superficial chest wall recurrences of breast cancer: Prognostic treatment factors for combined radiation therapy and hyperthermia. Radiology. 1989 Jan 1;173(2):551-558.
Seegenschmiedt, H. M. ; Karlsson, U. L. ; Sauer, R. ; Brady, L. W. ; Herbst, M. ; Amendola, B. E. ; Markoe, Arnold ; Fisher, S. A. ; Micaily, B. / Superficial chest wall recurrences of breast cancer : Prognostic treatment factors for combined radiation therapy and hyperthermia. In: Radiology. 1989 ; Vol. 173, No. 2. pp. 551-558.
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