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Strahlentherapie bei gutartigen Erkrankungen im Kopf-Hals-Bereich

  • O. Micke
  • J. Büntzel
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Part of the HNO Praxis heute book series (HNO, volume 23)

Zusammenfassung

Den Begriff Strahlentherapie verbindet man landläufig mit der Therapie von Krebsleiden und das ist in der Tat die häufigste Indikation, mit der Patienten in den entsprechenden Kliniken oder Abteilungen behandelt werden. Trotzdem besteht das Spektrum solcher Institute nicht nur in der Behandlungen von bösartigen Tumorleiden. Weniger bekannt ist, dass auch eine Vielzahl von gutartigen Erkrankungen mittels ionisierender Strahlung behandelt werden können.

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