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Radiotherapy of lymphogranulomatosis


, : Radiotherapy of lymphogranulomatosis. Strahlentherapie 161(4): 208-215

The status of radiotherapy of Hodgkin's disease is no longer determined by the staging alone but also by some special risk factors. So a marked improvement of curative radiotherapy becomes possible by close co-operation with chemotherapy, above all in patients with bulky disease or with constellations having hitherto a considerably deteriorated prognosis in case of exclusive application of radiotherapy. The different risk factors are described and the modified therapeutic procedure depending on the different stages is submitted.

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