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Volume 24, Number 5, 2019

 

Estimation of radiation-induced second cancer risk associated with the institutional field matching craniospinal irradiation technique: A comparative treatment planning study

Hemalatha Athiyaman, Athiyaman Mayilvaganan, Arun Chougule, Mary Joan, Harvinder Singh Kumar
p. 409-420

A closer look at the conventional Winston-Lutz test: Analysis in terms of dose

Juan-Francisco Calvo-Ortega, Sandra Moragues-Femenía, Coral Laosa-Bello, Sol San José-Maderuelo, Joan Casals-Farran
p. 421-427

The incidence of inflammation among patients suffering from cervix cancer with positive beta haemolytic streptococci cultures from genital tract

Zefiryn Cybulski, Bartosz Urbański, Alicja Grabiec, Zofia Talaga, Michał Pawlak, Żaneta Wareńczak-Florczak, Andrzej Roszak
p. 428-431

Determination of an inflection point for a dosimetric analysis of unflattened beam using the first principle of derivatives by python code programming

Ravindra Shende, Gourav Gupta, Subash Macherla
p. 432-442

Assessment of cartilage invasion in case of laryngeal cancer by means of longitudinal sectioning for histopathology – Clinical implications

Liucija Weselik, Ewa Majchrzak, Matthew Ibbs, Adam Lewandowski, Andrzej Marszałek, Piotr Machczyński, Wojciech Golusiński
p. 443-449

Study of gold nanoparticles for mammography diagnostic and radiotherapy improvements

Lorenzo Torrisi, Nancy Restuccia, Alfio Torrisi
p. 450-457

Cavernous sinus haemangioma with intrasellar extension mimicking non-functioning pituitary adenoma – A case report and review of literature

Dorota Księżniak-Baran, Sławomir Blamek, Agata Roch-Zniszczoł, Wojciech Osewski, Maja Jędrzejewska
p. 458-461

Sensitivity of the IQM and MatriXX detectors in megavolt photon beams

Oluwaseyi Michael Oderinde, Freek du Plessis
p. 462-471

Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging-guided salvage radiotherapy in prostate cancer

Felipe Couñago, Ana Aurora Díaz Gavela, Gemma Sancho, Irene Ortize, Francisco José Marcos, Manuel Recio, Julio Fernández, Raquel Cano, Mar Jiménez, Israel J. Thuissard, David Sanz-Rosa, Juan Castro Nováis, Eduardo Pardo, Yolanda Molina, Hugo Pérez García,
p. 472-480

Validation of Dolphin dosimetry in three dimensional patient-specific quality assurance programme

Niyas Puzhakkal, Abdullah Kallikuzhiyil Kochunny, Dinesh Makuny, Arun Krishnan M.P, Ranjith C.Poyil, Vysakh Raveendran
p. 481-490

Are intraoral customized stents still necessary in the era of Highly Conformal Radiotherapy for Head & Neck cancer? Case series and literature review

P.Appendino, F. Della Ferrera, D. Nassisi, G. Blandino, E.Gino, S.D.Soll, M.G.Ruo Redda
p. 491-498

Evaluation of raw-data-based and calculated electron density for contrast media with a dual-energy CT technique

Daisuke Kawahara, Shuichi Ozawa, Kazushi Yokomachi, Toru Higaki, Takehiro Shiinoki, Yoshimi Ohno, Yuji Murakami, Kazuo Awai, Yasushi Nagata
p. 499-506

The surgical nature of radiation oncology should be better reflected in pre-residency training

Shearwood McClelland, Simon A. Brown, Marigdalia K. Ramirez-Fort, Jerry J. Jaboin, Richard C. Zellars
p. 507-508

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