volume 2, issue 8, PS474-S475 2007
DOI: 10.1097/01.jto.0000283427.59144.48
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Abstract: orthogonal movements, of the nodal areas was initially 5.7 mm ± 2.9 mm, which was somewhat smaller than the tumor motion (7.8 mm ± 4.8 mm). The motion of the lymph nodes decreased during therapy (5.8 mm after 1 week and 5.3 mm after 2 weeks) but was not statistically significant different. No difference in motion and motion changes was observed between the locations of the lymph nodal areas. Conclusion: A large variability of changes in nodal volume between the patients was observed, but is not clinically rele…

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