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Stellenwert der Radiotherapie

  • M. Bignardi
Conference paper

Zusammenfassung

Die Radiotherapie kann eine wichtige Stellung bei der lokalen Therapie des Rektumkarzinoms im mittleren und unteren Drittel einnehmen.

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Anmerkung der Herausgeber: Weitere vorläufige Ergebnisse über die lokale Exzision in Kombination mit Radiotherapie wurden 1992 publiziert

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