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Interstitielle Implantation

  • U. K. Henschke
  • B. S. Hilaris
  • D. G. Mahan
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Part of the Handbuch der Medizinischen Radiologie / Encyclopedia of Medical Radiology book series (HDBRADIOL)

Zusammenfassung

Interstitielle Strahlentherapie kann durch Implantation von eingekapselten Radioisotopen (z.B. Radiumnadeln) oder durch Injektion von radioaktiven Flüssigkeiten (z.B. radioaktivem kolloidalem Gold) ausgeführt werden. Dieses Kapitel befaßt sich nur mit der „interstitiellen Implantation“ von eingekapselten Gammastrahlen-emittierenden Radioisotopen. Die „interstitielle Injektion“ wird im folgenden Kapitel behandelt.

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  • U. K. Henschke
  • B. S. Hilaris
  • D. G. Mahan

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