Research Article

Biophysical Models, Microdosimetry and the Linear Quadratic Survival Relation

The Linear Quadratic (LQ) survival relation is presented along with its derivation from the Theory of Dual Radiation Action (TDRA) and the related Microdosimetric Kinetic (MK) model.

Published 24 Nov, 2017


Mini Review

Radiation Therapy for Orbital Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue Lymphoma: What is the Optimal Radiation Dose?

Primary orbital lymphoma is a rare malignancy that accounts for only 1% of all lymphomas, and more than half of orbital lymphomas present histology of marginal zone B-cell lymphoma of Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue (MALT).

Published 22 Nov, 2017


Research Article

A Single-Institution Analysis of Thymic Carcinoma Treated with Multi-Modality Therapy

Purpose: Review of our experience in treating thymic carcinoma patients using a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

Published 22 Nov, 2017


Research Article

Nitric Oxide-Releasing Selective Cyclooxygenase-2 Inhibitors as Promising Radiosensitizers in Melanoma Cells In Vitro

Expression of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and subsequent higher availability of eicosanoids are important modulators of tumor radioresistance.

Published 22 Nov, 2017


Research Article

Implementation of Acuros XB in Treatment Planning of SBRT of Lung Cancer

Goal: The overall goal of this study is to present data assisting the implementation of the principle based dose calculation algorithm Acuros XB for Stereotactic Body Radiation Treatments (SBRT) of lung tumors.

Published 04 Oct, 2017


Review Article

Recent Advances and Challenges in Adaptive Radiotherapy for Patients with Locally Advanced NSCLC

Patients with locally advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC) often show significant tumor regression and anatomical changes during the course of radiation treatment.

Published 28 Sep, 2017


Case Report

Parathyroid Cancer after Surgical Treatment – A Case Report of Radiotherapy Beneficial Effect in Metastatic Disease

Parathyroid cancer is an uncommon endocrine malignancy representing 0.005% of all cancers with the less than 1% frequency in all primary hyperparathyroid patients.

Published 15 Sep, 2017


Review Article

SASPects of Radiation Induced Senescence

Cellular senescence is a complex process of irreversible growth arrest which contributes to several physiological and pathological conditions.

Published 13 Sep, 2017


Review Article

Medical Radioisotopes Produced with Cyclotron Beams in Warsaw

The various production routes of the prospective medical radioisotopes 43Sc, 44gSc, 44mSc, 47Sc, 44Ti/44gSc, 99mTc, 72Se/72As and 211At were investigated by a team from the Heavy Ion Laboratory, University of Warsaw (HIL-UW), the University of Silesia (US) and the National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCNR).

Published 12 Sep, 2017


Mini Review

Histiocytic Sarcoma a Rare Neoplasia

Histiocytic sarcoma (HS) is an extremely rare neoplasia, of hematopoietic origin that accounts for less than 1% of hematologic malignancies.

Published 11 Jun, 2017


Research Article

Low-Dose Radiotherapy as an Effective Treatment of Trochanteric Bursitis in Elderly Patients

Purpose: To determine the analgesic response to a low-dose radiation therapy (RT) in trochanteric bursitis in elderly patient’s refractory to conventional therapies.

Published 11 Jun, 2017


Editorial

Histone Deacetylases and Radiation Therapy: Current Status and Gazing Towards the Future

Radiotherapy remains one of the most prevalent forms of cancer treatment, with approximately 50% of all cancer patients receiving some form of radiation treatment throughout the course of their illness [1].

Published 10 Jun, 2017


Short Communication

Glottic Cancer: Is it Time to Change to More Sparing RTTechniques?

For decades, the standard of care for radiation treatment of early larynx cancers has been conventional treatment using opposed lateral fields encompassing the larynx and overlying neck structures, including the adjacent carotid arteries.

Published 05 Jun, 2017





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