“The Manchester Experience”
Hodgkin’s disease, of all the malignancies, has probably shown the greatest improvement in results and treatment, which can be attributed to improvements in staging. Laparotomy is an essential part of the programme of investigations carried out for staging, but it carries a real risk. It was thought possible that C.A.T. could provide some if not all of the information acquired by laparotomy without the same risk.
KeywordsRadiotherapy Treatment Planning Abdominal Lymph Node Hyoscine Butylbromide Lymphomatous Involvement Propantheline Bromide
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