Radiation Toxicity: A Practical Medical Guide
William Small Jr., Gayle E. Woloschak
Springer Science & Business Media, Mar 12, 2006 - Medical - 187 pages
Radiation Toxicity: A Practical Guide provides insight into the management of day-to-day aspects of radiotherapy. Most radiation oncologists and radiation oncology nurses spend a large percentage of their time dealing with the effects of radiotherapy. This book describes the biology behind each sites acute and long-term responses to radiotherapy, including the best current knowledge regarding radiation tolerance, and fills a needed void in the literature that is available on radiation oncology.
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MANAGEMENT OF RADIATIONINDUCED HEAD AND NECK INJURY
RADIATION PNEUMONITIS AND ESOPHAGITIS IN THORACIC IRRADIATION
TOXICITY FROM RADIATION IN BREAST CANCER
UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
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