BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE:Expand abstract
Radiation-related heart disease (RRHD) can occur many decades after thoracic radiotherapy for Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) or childhood cancer (CC). To quantify the likely risk of RRHD for patients treated today, dose-response relationships derived from patients treated in previous decades are used. Publications presenting these dose-response relationships usually include estimates of uncertainties in the risks but ignore the effect of uncertainties in the reconstructed ca...
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Dose-response relationships for radiation-related heart disease: impact of uncertainties in cardiac dose reconstruction
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