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Volume 21, Number 3, 2016

 

  • Pre and post radiotherapy serum oxidant/antioxidant status in breast cancer patients: Impact of age, BMI and clinical stage of the disease

    Maryam Khalil Arjmandi, Dariush Moslemi, Azadeh Sadati Zarrini, Maryam Ebrahimnezhad Gorji, Abbas Mosapour, Asefeh Haghhaghighi, Sohrab Halalkhor, Ali Bijani, Hadi Parsian
    p. 141-148
  • Can we obtain planning goals for conformal techniques in neoadjuvant and adjuvant radiochemotherapy for gastric cancer patients?

    Wojciech Leszczyński, Paweł Polanowski, Paulina Leszczyńska, Leszek Hawrylewicz, Iwona Brąclik, Rafał Kawczyński, Jerzy Wydmański
    p. 149-155
  • Secondary malignancy following radiotherapy for thyroid eye disease

    Christopher C. Gillis, Eun Hae Chang, Khalid Al-Kharazi, Tom Pickles
    p. 156-161
  • Treatment outcomes with hypofractionated high-dose radiation therapy for prostate cancer

    Gustavo Arruda Viani, Bruno Tiago Rossi, Elton Suguikawa, Gisele Zuliani, Eduardo Jose Stefano
    p. 162-167
  • Determination of boundaries between ranges of high and low gradient of beam profile

    Jacek Wendykier, Marcin Bieniasiewicz, Aleksandra Grządziel, Tadeusz Jedynak, Wiktor Kośniewski, Marta Reudelsdorf, Piotr Wendykier
    p. 168-173
  • Gender-related significance of time interval between radiotherapy and surgery in hypofractionated preoperative radiotherapy for rectal cancer patients' survival

    Anna Gasinska, Zbigniew Darasz, Agnieszka Adamczyk, Jan Skolyszewski
    p. 174-180
  • Localized prostate cancer treated with external beam radiation therapy: Long-term outcomes at a European comprehensive cancer centre

    Anna Boladeras, Evelyn Martinez, Ferran Ferrer, Cristina Gutierrez, Salvador Villa, Joan Pera, Ferran Guedea
    p. 181-187
  • Reducing radiation-associated toxicity using online image guidance (IGRT) in prostate cancer patients undergoing dose-escalated radiation therapy

    Martina Becker-Schiebe, Ali Abaci, Tahera Ahmad, Wolfgang Hoffmann
    p. 188-194
  • Should we customize PTV expansions for BMI? Daily cone beam computerized tomography to assess organ motion in postoperative endometrial and cervical cancer patients

    Arya Amini, Peter E. DeWitt, Yevgeniy Vinogradskiy, Chad G. Rusthoven, Cem Altunbas, Tracey E. Schefter, Christine M. Fisher
    p. 195-200
  • Dosimetric analysis of Co-60 source based high dose rate (HDR) brachytherapy: A case series of ten patients with carcinoma of the uterine cervix

    Om Prakash Gurjar, Manika Batra, Priyusha Bagdare, Sandeep Kaushik, Atul Tyagi, Ayush Naik, Virendra Bhandari, Krishna Lal Gupta
    p. 201-206
  • Image-guided hypofractionated proton beam therapy for low-risk prostate cancer: Analysis of quality of life and toxicity, PCG GU 002

    Carlos Enrique Vargas, William Fred Hartsell, Megan Dunn, Sameer Ramchandra Keole, Lucius Doh, John Chang, Gary Lynn Larson
    p. 207-212
  • Radiotherapy for Graves’ disease. The possible role of low-dose radiotherapy

    Meritxell Arenas, Sebastià Sabater, Pedro Lara Jiménez, Àngels Rovirosa, Albert Biete, Victoria Linares, Montse Belles, Julià Panés
    p. 213-218
  • Comparison of CT-volumed supraclavicular fossa radiotherapy planning and conventional simulator-planned defined by bony landmarks for early breast cancer

    Adrian Murray Brunt, Susan Lupton, Karen Thorley, Lynda Pearce, Julia Handley
    p. 219-224
  • Risk factors for seroma evacuation in breast cancer patients treated with intraoperative radiotherapy

    Michał Falco, Bartłomiej Masojć, Magdalena Rolla, Agnieszka Czekała, Jolanta Pietruszewska, Agnieszka Rubik-Leszczyńska, Mirosław Lewocki, Magdalena Łukowiak, Andrzej Kram
    p. 225-231
  • Reducing the dosimetric impact of positional errors in field junctions for craniospinal irradiation using VMAT

    Andrej Strojnik, Ignasi Méndez, Primož Peterlin
    p. 232-239
  • Dosimetric intercomparison of permanent Ho-166 seed's implants and HDR Ir-192 brachytherapy in breast cancer

    Tarcisio Passos Ribeiro de Campos, Luciana Batista Nogueira, Bruno Trindade, Ethel Mizrahy Cuperschmid
    p. 240-249
  • The contribution of women to radiobiology: Marie Curie and beyond

    Anna Gasinska
    p. 250-258
  • Evaluation of mechanical and geometric accuracy of two different image guidance systems in radiotherapy

    Nithya Kanakavelu, Anand Mambakam Ravindran, Emmanvelrajan James Jebaseelan Samuel
    p. 259-265
  • Evaluating deviations in prostatectomy patients treated with IMRT

    Ana Cravo Sá, Ana Peres, Mónica Pereira, Carina Marques Coelho, Fátima Monsanto, Ana Macedo, Adrian Lamas
    p. 266-270
  • Current treatment options of brain metastases and outcomes in patients with malignant melanoma

    Jadwiga Nowak-Sadzikowska, Tomasz Walasek, Jerzy Jakubowicz, Paweł Blecharz, Marian Reinfuss
    p. 271-277
  • A single reference measurement can predict liver tumor motion during respiration

    Jakub Cvek, Lukas Knybel, Lukas Molenda, Bretislav Otahal, Tomas Jonszta, Daniel Czerny, David Feltl
    p. 278-283

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