Subject: RC0254 | Radiology Nuclear Medicine and imaging | Oncology
Aims: Although pelvic radiotherapy is an effective treatment for various malignancies, around half of patients develop significant gastrointestinal problems. These symptoms often remain undetected, despite the existence of effective treatments. This study developed and ... View more
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