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Volume 19, Number 6, 2014

 

  • Lung cancer. Radiotherapy in lung cancer: Actual methods and future trends

    Adam Maciejczyk, Iga Skrzypczyńska, Marzena Janiszewska


    p. 353-360
  • Tolerability and toxicity of prophylactic cranial irradiation in patients with non-small cell lung cancer – Results of a phase II study (with estimation of hematological toxicity, pituitary function and magnetic resonance spectra changes)

    Gawkowska-Suwińska Marzena, Blamek Sławomir, Heyda Alicja, Boguszewicz Łukasz, Cichoń Anna, Zarudzki Łukasz, Nowicka Elżbieta, Behrendt Katarzyna, Smolska-Ciszewska Beata, Plewicki Grzegorz, Zajusz Aleksander, Tarnawski Rafał
    p. 361-368
  • Estimation of optimal matching position for orthogonal kV setup images and minimal setup margins in radiotherapy of whole breast and lymph node areas

    Marko Laaksomaa, Mika Kapanen, Tanja Skyttä, Seppo Peltola, Simo Hyödynmaa, Pirkko-Liisa Kellokumpu-Lehtinen
    p. 369-375
  • Evaluation of energy deposition and secondary particle production in proton therapy of brain using a slab head phantom

    Sayyed Bijan Jia, Mohammad Hadi Hadizadeh, Ali Asghar Mowlavi, Mahdy Ebrahimi Loushab
    p. 376-384
  • Implementation of a dose gradient method into optimization of dose distribution in prostate cancer 3D-CRT plans

    Marta K. Giżyńska, Paweł F. Kukołowicz, Paweł Kordowski
    p. 385-391
  • Dosimetric effect of tissue heterogeneity for 125I prostate implants

    Susana Maria Oliveira, Nuno José Teixeira, Lisete Fernandes, Pedro Teles, Pedro Vaz
    p. 392-398
  • Dosimetric comparison of MRI-based HDR brachytherapy and stereotactic radiotherapy in patients with advanced cervical cancer: A virtual brachytherapy study

    Bretislav Otahal, Martin Dolezel, Jakub Cvek, Ondrej Simetka, Jaroslav Klat, Lukas Knybel, Lukas Molenda, Eva Skacelikova, Ales Hlavka, David Feltl
    p. 399-404
  • Radiation therapy for the management of painful bone metastases: Results from a randomized trial

    Lucia Gutiérrez Bayard, María del Carmen Salas Buzón, Esther Angulo Paín, Lourdes de Ingunza Barón
    p. 405-411
  • The mutagenicity analysis of imidapril hydrochloride and its degradant, diketopiperazine derivative, nitrosation mixtures by in vitro Ames test with two strains of Salmonella typhimurium

    Katarzyna Regulska, Marek Murias, Beata Stanisz, Miłosz Regulski
    p. 412-419
  • Clinical examples of 3D dose distribution reconstruction, based on the actual MLC leaves movement, for dynamic treatment techniques

    Wojciech Osewski, Łukasz Dolla, Michał Radwan, Marta Szlag, Roman Rutkowski, Barbara Smolińska, Krzysztof Ślosarek
    p. 420-427
  • Incidence of hospitalization in patients receiving short course palliative cranial radiotherapy on outpatient basis in a limited resource setting – Experience from a regional cancer center in India

    Aparna Gangopadhyay, Joydeep Das, Partha Nath, Tapas Maji, Jaydip Biswas
    p. 428-432

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