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Viswanathan Perungulam Narayan
Christian Medical College & Hospital
CancerCervixCervical cancerHyperfractionationRelative risk
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Abstract Purpose: Hyperfractionation has been advocated to improve local tumor control by increasing radiation dose without increasing late normal tissue complications. The aim of this study was to determine if hyperfractionation decreased late bowel complications. Methods and Materials: Thirty patients with Stage II and III cervical cancer were randomized to receive either hyperfractionation or conventional fractionation. Patients were followed for 5 years and monitored for tumor control, recur...
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