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esophagus ulcera

F B Zimmermann, H Geinitz, H J Feldmann
BACKGROUND: Radiation-induced esophagitis is a frequent acute side effect in curative and palliative radiotherapy of thoracal and cervical tumors. Late reactions are rare but might be severe. METHODS: A research for reports on prophylactic and supportive therapies of radiation-induced esophagitis was performed (Medline, Cancerlit, and others). RESULTS: Nutrition must be ensured and symptomatic relief of sequelae is important, especially in the case of dysphagia...
November 1998: Strahlentherapie und Onkologie: Organ der Deutschen Röntgengesellschaft ... [et Al]
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