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|The impact of continuous positive airway pressure on radiation dose to heart and lung during left-sided postmastectomy radiotherapy when deep inspiration breath hold technique is not applicable: a case report|
|Whoon Jong Kil, Tabitha Pham, Sabbir Hossain, Juan Casaigne, Kellie Jones, Mohammad Khalil|
|Radiation Oncology Journal. 2018;36(1):79-84. Published online 2018 March 2 DOI: https://doi.org/10.3857/roj.2018.00017|
The impact of continuous positive airway pressure on radiation dose to heart and lung during left-sided postmastectomy radiotherapy when deep inspiration breath hold technique is not applicable: a case report
Deep inspiration breath hold technique reduces heart dose from radiotherapy for left-sided breast cancer
EP-1767: Deep Inspiration Breath Hold – a promising technique in patients with left-sided breast cancer.
EP-1629: Dose sparing potential of deep inspiration breath-hold technique for left breast radiotherapy organs-at-risk
PO-0925 HEART, LUNG AND TARGET DOSE USING DEEP INSPIRATION BREATH HOLD IN A LARGE CLINICAL SERIES OF BREAST CANCER PATIENTS
EP-1604 TRAINING OF LEFT-SIDED BREAST CANCER PATIENTS FOR RADIOTHERAPY USING DEEP INSPIRATION BREATH HOLD
OC-0481 BENEFIT OF DEEP INSPIRATION BREATH-HOLD IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH RADIOTHERAPY FOR LEFT-SIDED BREAST CANCER
17: Does Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH) Produce a Clinically Meaningful Reduction in Ipsilateral Lung Dose During Locoregional Radiation Therapy for Women with Right-Sided Breast Cancer?
EP-2086: Advantages of deep inspiration breath-hold (DIBH) in left sided breast cancer using 3D-CRT
Impact on Lung Dose in Left Breast Radiation Therapy Patients With Deep Inspiration Breath Hold Versus Free Breathing Technique
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