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Cardiac dose reduction with deep-inspiratory breath hold technique of radiotherapy for left-sided breast cancer

Sripathi Lalitha Kameshwari, Ahlawat Parveen, Simson David K, Khadanga Chira Ranjan, Kamarsu Lakshmipathi, Surana Shital Kumar, Arasu Kavi, Singh Harpreet

Year : 2017| Volume: 42| Issue : 3 | Page no: 123-127

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