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April-June 2021| Vol 12| Issue 2

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Early indications of clinical trials direct toward need of research for successful low-dose radiation therapy for COVID-19 pneumonia

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) as a global pandemic engulfed >3 million lives around the world.[1] The multiple waves of the disease, not only added tremendous pressure on the health infrastruct...


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The importance of hemoglobin levels before and during chemoradiotherapy in locally advanced carcinoma cervix

Purpose: Carcinoma cervix forms a major burden among malignancies in women in India. Anemia is very common among Indian women and a high proportion of carcinoma cervix patients present with a...


Original Article

Diagnostic reference levels for head and abdominal computed tomography of adult patients in selected states in South-South Nigeria

Context: Diagnostic reference level (DRL) is the first step in the optimization process to manage patient dose corresponding with the medical purpose. Aim: The objective of this study ...


Original Article

Clinical-radiological prognostic factors in patients with brain metastasis-A retrospective study from a tertiary care centre In Easten India

Background: Brain metastasis (BM) is the most common (MC) intracranial tumor in adults. The outcome depends upon prognostic factors (PF) and optimal use of multimodality treatment. Objecti...


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Dosimetric parameters predicting radiation-induced oral mucositis in head-and-neck cancers in two intensity-modulated radiation therapy protocols: A retrospective analytical study

Background: In locally advanced head-and-neck cancers (HNCs), definitive chemoradiation therapy has emerged as the treatment of choice due to the benefit of organ preservation. Radiation ther...


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