Reducing radiotherapy dose in early breast cancer: the concept of conformal intraoperative brachytherapy

Tobias J S; Vaidya J S; Keshtgar M; D'Souza D P; Baum M
April 2004
British Journal of Radiology;Apr2004, Vol. 77 Issue 916, p279
Academic Journal
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