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Ergebnisse und Entwicklungstendenzen der Therapie mit dicht ionisierenden Strahlenarten

  • G. Schmitt

Zusammenfassung

In den vergangenen 10 Jahren wurde die Therapie mit dicht ionisierenden Strahlenarten an verschiedenen Zentren mit großem Engagement aufgenommen. In der Zwischenzeit stehen zunehmend Langzeitergebnisse zur Verfügung, die zu einer Einengung und besseren Abgrenzung der Indikationen geführt haben. Trotz dieser Erfahrungen ist man aber noch weit davon entfernt, die therapeutischen Möglichkeiten dicht ionisierender Strahlenarten und ihre Modifikationen vollständig zu überblikken.

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