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MINI SYMPOSIUM - RT DOSIMETRY AND FRACTIONATION: ORIGINAL ARTICLE

Different fractionation schedules of radiotherapy in locally advanced head and neck malignancy: A prospective randomized study to compare the results of treatment and toxicities of different protocols

Majumder Dipanjan, Choudhury Kakali, Das Pabitra, Kundu Suvrokanti, Mitra Debabrata

Year : 2013| Volume: 2| Issue : 1 | Page no: 31-35

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