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Literature-based Recommendations For Treatment Planning And Execution In High-dose Radiotherapy For Lung Cancer.
S. Senan, D. de Ruysscher, P. Giraud, R. Mirimanoff, V. Budach
Published 2004 · Medicine
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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE To review the literature on techniques used in high-dose radiotherapy of lung cancer in order to develop recommendations for clinical practice and for use in research protocols. PATIENTS AND METHODS A literature search was performed for articles and abstracts that were considered both clinically relevant and practical to use. The relevant information was arbitrarily categorized under the following headings: patient positioning, CT scanning, incorporating tumour mobility, definition of target volumes, radiotherapy planning, treatment delivery, and scoring of response and toxicity. RESULTS Recommendations were made for each of the above steps from the published literature. Although most of the recommended techniques have yet to be evaluated in multicenter clinical trials, their use in high-dose radiotherapy to the thorax appears to be rational on the basis of current evidence. CONCLUSIONS Recommendations for the clinical implementation of high-dose conformal radiotherapy for lung tumours were identified in the literature. Procedures that are still considered to be investigational were also highlighted.
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