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Strahlentherapie des Mammakarzinoms

  • R.-P. Müller
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Primäres Ziel der Lokaltherapie des Mammakarzinoms, insbesondere in den frühen Stadien, muss es sein, den Tumor komplett zu entfernen und das Risiko eines Rezidivs in der Brust, an der Brustwand oder den Lymphabflusswegen zu minimieren.

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