Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12530/32770
Title: Intraoperative irradiation: precision medicine for quality cancer control promotion.
Authors: Calvo, Felipe A
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Issue Date: 2-Feb-2017
Citation: Radiat Oncol.2017 Feb;(12)1:36
Abstract: Intraoperative irradiation was implemented 4 decades ago, pioneering the efforts to improve precision in local cancer therapy by combining real-time surgical exploration/resection with high single dose radiotherapy (Gunderson et al., Intraoperative irradiation: techniques and results, 2011). Clinical and technical developments have led to very precise radiation dose deposit. The ability to deliver a very precise dose of radiation is an essential element of contemporary multidisciplinary individualized oncology.This issue of Radiation Oncology contains a collection of expert review articles and updates with relevant data regarding intraoperative radiotherapy. Technology, physics, biology of single dose and clinical results in a variety of cancer sites and histologies are described and analyzed. The state of the art for advanced cancer care through medical innovation opens a significant opportunity for individualize cancer management across a broad spectrum of clinical practice. The advantage for tailoring diagnostic and treatment decisions in an individualized fashion will translate into precise medical treatment.
PMID: 28148287
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12530/32770
Rights: openAccess
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