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The subjects discussed in this book are physics, circuits, physical factors, filtered x-ray technic, biology, low-voltage therapy, specific methods of x-ray therapy, contact therapy, Grenz rays, cathode rays, radium, and radioisotopes.
This is a fair summary of dermatologic radiotherapy. In general terms it can be said that this has the characteristics of many works in dermatologic radiotherapy—it is based on empirical procedures disregarding the requirements of modern radiotherapy in radiobiology, dosimetry, and technics.
The dosages advised as a goal in skin carcinoma are higher than necessary to cure tumors, therefore increasing the chances of late changes and necrosis of the
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X-ray and Radium in Dermatology.. Ann Intern Med. 1959;51:1435. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-51-6-1435_1
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