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Twice-weekly palliative radiotherapy for locally very advanced head and neck cancers.

Related Articles Twice-weekly palliative radiotherapy for locally very advanced head and neck cancers. Indian J Cancer. 2016 Jan-Mar;53(1):138-41 Authors: Murthy V, Kumar DP, Budrukkar A, Gupta T, Ghosh-Laskar S, Agarwal J Abstract PURPOSE: The purpose of the following study is to evaluate the efficacy of a twice-weekly hypofractionated palliative radiotherapy schedule in locally very advanced head and neck cancers. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Patients with locally very advanced, head and neck cancers were prospectively evaluated after twice-weekly palliative radiotherapy regimen of 32 Gy in 8 fractions. Median age was 55.5 years and the predominant primary site was oral cavity (46%). Majority…
Origen: Twice-weekly palliative radiotherapy for locally very advanced head and neck cancers. – PubMed

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Differences in discontinuation of statin treatment in women and men with advanced cancer disease.

Related Articles Differences in discontinuation of statin treatment in women and men with advanced cancer disease. Biol Sex Differ. 2018 10 20;9(1):47 Authors: Bergström H, Brånvall E, Helde-Frankling M, Björkhem-Bergman L Abstract BACKGROUND: Statins are often discontinued in patients with advanced cancer since the net effect of treatment is considered negative. However, guidelines concerning discontinuation of statin treatment are lacking. The aim of this study was to investigate any differences in time of discontinuation of statin treatment between men and women with advanced cancer disease. METHODS: Medical records from 195 deceased palliative cancer patients from a previous study cohort were…
Origen: Differences in discontinuation of statin treatment in women and men with advanced cancer disease. – PubMed

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Apparent diffusion coefficient map of a case of extramedullary plasmacytoma.

Related Articles Apparent diffusion coefficient map of a case of extramedullary plasmacytoma. J Radiol Case Rep. 2016 Feb;10(2):10-6 Authors: Ramachandran A, Inyang AF, Subhawong TK Abstract Plasmacytomas are rare tumors, which arise from the monoclonal proliferation of malignant plasma cells. They may affect either the bony skeleton or rarely the soft tissues, the latter being referred to as extramedullary or extraosseous. We report a case of an extramedullary plasmacytoma that presented as a soft tissue mass involving the muscles of the left leg, in a patient who was previously treated for multiple myeloma. We describe the MR Imaging characteristics of…
Origen: Apparent diffusion coefficient map of a case of extramedullary plasmacytoma. – PubMed

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