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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : RT / radiotherapy treatment

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2019 A prospective examination of mask anxiety during radiotherapy for head and neck cancer and patient perceptions of management strategies. DT, HNC
2017 Double strand break induction and kinetics indicate preserved hypersensitivity in keratinocytes to subtherapeutic doses for 7weeks of radiotherapy. DSB, HRS
2017 Head and neck target delineation using a novel PET automatic segmentation algorithm. GTV, GTVs
2017 Registration free automatic identification of gold fiducial markers in MRI target delineation images for prostate radiotherapy. CT, GFM, MEGRE, MRI, T2W
2016 [EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AN OIL EXTRACT OF ROSEHIP IN THE PREVENTION OF EPITHELITIS DUE TO RADIOTHERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH HEAD AND NECK CANCER]. HNC, IMRT
2012 [Anxiety and depression in cancer patients during the course of radiotherapy treatment]. ---
2011 The usefulness and feasibility of a screening instrument to identify psychosocial problems in patients receiving curative radiotherapy: a process evaluation. ---
2010 Collection and evaluation of incidents in a radiotherapy department : a reactive risk analysis. HFACS, NM
2010 Complexity and accuracy of image registration methods in SPECT-guided radiation therapy. ---
10  2005 Immersive visualization training of radiotherapy treatment. IMRT
11  2005 The management of elderly patients with T1-T2 breast cancer treated with or without radiotherapy. ---
12  2002 Open low-field magnetic resonance imaging in radiation therapy treatment planning. CT, CTV, MRI
13  2000 Response of global quality of life to high-dose palliative radiotherapy for non-small-cell lung cancer. NSCLC, QALDs, QOL
14  2000 The cost-effectiveness and cost-utility of high-dose palliative radiotherapy for advanced non-small-cell lung cancer. BSC, CE/CU, LY, NSCLC, QALDs, QALY, RCT