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Ergebnisse und Entwicklungstendenzen der Therapie mit dicht ionisierenden Strahlenarten

  • G. Schmitt

Zusammenfassung

Der folgende Beitrag soll den gegenwärtigen Stand der Therapie mit dicht ionisierenden Strahlenarten umreißen und die Entwicklungstendenzen aufzeigen. Wegen des sehr beschränkten Umfanges werden verschiedene Probleme nur mit Hinweis auf die Primärliteratur stichwortartig behandelt. Ein Anspruch auf Vollständigkeit kann deshalb nicht erhoben werden.

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