Planning is a critical stage of radiotherapy. Careful consideration of the complex variables involved and critical assessment of the techniques available are fundamental to good and effective practice.First published in 1985, Practical Radiotherapy Planning has, over three editions, established itself as the popular choice for the trainee raditatio
What you need to know before planning radiotherapy treatment. Underlying principles of radiotherapy planning. Radiobiological principles (to be revised). Management of patients during radiotherapy. Head and Neck: General Considerations. Larynx. Hypopharynx. Nasopharynx. Oropharynx. Oral cavity. Ear. Parotid. Maxillary antrum. Orbit. Skin and lip. Thyroid. Bronchus. Oesophagus. Breast. Central nervous system. Lymphomas and spleen. Pancreas. Rectum. Anus. Prostate. Bladder. Testis. Penis. Pelvis. Cervix. Corpus. Vagina. Vulva. Sarcoma. Paediatric tumours. Systemic irradiation. Emergency irradiation.