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Japanese jornal of Head and Neck Cancer
To improve the results of radiotherapy for laryngeal cancers, (1) altered fractionation schedules, such as hyperf ractionation or accelerated hyperf ractionation, and (2) combined chemotherapy, have recently been used. In our institution, a hyperfractionated and accelerated radiotherapy without a split was performed, to improve the local control probability for early glottic carcinomas. The accelerated fractionation program (AF) consisted of 1.72 Gy per fraction, two fractions per day, 5 days adoi:10.5981/jjhnc1974.27.635 fatcat:dabv36ljj5cvtownfzzopkjtom