Potential for Dose-escalation in the Post-prostatectomy Setting with Intensitymodulated Radiation Therapy: A Dosimetric Study Using EORTC Consensus Guidelines for Target Volume Contours

M. Studenski, A. Harrison, S. Anamalayil, A. Harvey, E. Trabulsi, Y. Xiao, Y. Yu, Adam Dicker, T. Showalter
2010 The Bodine Journal  
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doi:10.29046/tbj.003.1.041 fatcat:t4z5cg5tcjgclmvnj6csczxeeq