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A new method of treating lip cancer and a device for its implementation

, : A new method of treating lip cancer and a device for its implementation. Stomatologiia 73(3): 40-42

Immediate and late results of treatment of labial cancer in 132 patients are analyzed. The patients were exposed to radio-, thermoradio-, and thermochemoradiotherapy using a special electrode device which permits exerting a multifactorial physiopharmacological impact on the tumor. Complete resorption of the tumor occurs when total focal radiotherapeutic dose is reduced by 50%. Such a noticeable reduction of radiotherapeutic dose rules out quite a number of local and general complications.


PMID: 7846712

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