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Radiotherapy in multiple fractions per day for prostatic carcinoma late complications


, : Radiotherapy in multiple fractions per day for prostatic carcinoma late complications. International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology, Physics 12(9): 1589-1596

The late complications associated with two different irradiation schedules with multiple fractions per day (MFD) used for the treatment of prostatic carcinoma are analyzed in 91 patients. There is a relatively high rate of side-effects with fifteen patients (16.5%) developing severe complications due to the radiotherapy. Complications are generally localized in the urinary system and consist mainly of chronic cystitis and incontinence, with only a few exclusive gastro-intestinal problems. The causative factor seems to be a pronounced fibrosis of the normal pelvic tissues.

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PMID: 3759584

DOI: 10.1016/0360-3016(86)90282-8

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