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Dosimetric Evaluation of Low-Dose Spillage Volumes for Head and Neck Cancer Using Intensity-Modulated Radiation Therapy and Volumetric Modulated Arc Therapy Treatment Techniques

Kumar G, Bhushan M, Kumar L, Kishore V, Raman K, Kumar P, Barik S, Purohit S

Purpose: This study was designed to investigate the dosimetric difference between intensitymodulated radiation therapy (IMRT) and volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT) in head and neck cancer (HNC). The study primarily...
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Parachute Technique for Head and Neck Free-Flap Inset

Yeou SH, Song YJ, Lee JH, Shin YS

The treatment outcome of advanced squamous cell carcinoma involving the head and neck is well known to be dire and usually needs multimodality treatment even including optimal reconstruction after ablative...
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Late toxicities in locally advanced head and neck squamous cell carcinoma treated with intensity modulated radiation therapy

Muzumder S, Srikantia N, Udayashankar AH, Kainthaje PB, Sebastian MGJ, Raj JM

Purpose: The study aims to report late toxicities in locally advanced head-and-neck squamous cell carcinoma (LAHNSCC) treated with intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT). Materials and Methods: A retrospective study was conducted on...
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Treatment Outcome of Scalp Angiosarcoma: A Single Institute Experience

Ryu SS, Park SJ, Jung YH, Choi SH, Nam SY, Kim SY, Lee YS

Background and Objectives Scalp angiosarcoma is a rare but aggressive vascular malignancy. It is often found in the advanced state and tends to cause distant metastasis at an early stage....
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A Case of Mucinous Cystadenocarcinoma in Labial Mucosa of Upper Lip

Um JH, Jo DI, Kim SH

Mucinous cystadenocarcinoma (MCA) is a malignant tumor that mainly occurs in the breast or ovary, but MCA is internationally rarely reported in head and neck region. Especially MCA in minor...
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Clinical Significance of FDG PET-CT Scan at 12 Weeks after Curative Radiation Therapy in Patients with Head and Neck Cancer

Kim Yi, Kim Js, Kwon J, Kim S, Seo Y, Koo Bs, Chang Jw, Cho MJ

Background/Objectives: To evaluate clinical significance of FDG PET-CT for detection of residual cancer cells after curative radiation therapy or chemoradiotherapy for patients with squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) of Head and...
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Proton Therapy for Head and Neck Cancer: Current Clinical Applications and Future Direction

Oh D

Intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) using X-rays is a standard technique implemented for treating head and neck cancer (HN C). Compared to 3D conformal RT, IMRT can significantly reduce the radiation...
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Smoking and Drinking Adjusted Association between Head and Neck Cancers and Oral Health Status Related to Periodontitis: a Meta-Analysis

Vu H, Shin YJ, Kong MS, Kim HD

Background: Not so many reports about the association between head and neck cancer (HNC) and oral health status related to periodontitis (OHS-P) has been published in different countries with different...
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Re-irradiation for recurrent or second primary head and neck cancer

Lee HI, Kim JH, Ahn SH, Chung EJ, Keam B, Eom KY, Jeong WJ, Kim JW, Wee CW, Wu HG

Purpose: To investigate the efficacy and safety of intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT)-based re-irradiation (reRT) for recurrent or second primary head and neck cancer (HNC). Materials and Methods: Patients who underwent IMRT-based reRT...
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Development of a Tongue Immobilization Device Using a 3D Printer for Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy of Nasopharyngeal Cancer Patients

Ju SG, Ahn YC, Kim Yb, Park SG, Choi Ym, Na CH, Hong CS, Oh D, Kwon DY, Kim CC, Kim DH

Purpose This study aimed to reduce radiation doses to the tongue, a patient-specific semi-customized tongue immobilization device (SCTID) was developed using a 3D printer for helical tomotherapy (HT) of nasopharyngeal...
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Predicting Dose-Volume Histograms for Organ at Risks Using Machine Learning in Head and Neck Tomotherapy

Kim Yb, Ju SG, Ahn YC, Cho BH, Kim Y

  • KMID: 2510112
  • Prog Med Phys.
  • 2020 Sep;31(S1):S63.
Purpose: Dose prediction models for organ at risks (OARs) were developed and validated for head and neck (H&N) Tomotherapy. Methods: 58 Tomotherapy plans for nasopharyngeal cancer (NPC) patients were employed in...
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Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition in Head and Neck Cancer

Park GC

Metastasis is one of the most important factors in the prognosis and choice of treatment strategy of patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC). In order for dissemination...
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Late side effects of radiation treatment for head and neck cancer

Brook I

Patients undergoing radiation therapy for head and neck cancer (HNC) experience significant early and long-term side effects. The likelihood and severity of complications depends on a number of factors, including...
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Dosimetric comparison of coplanar and non-coplanar volumetric-modulated arc therapy in head and neck cancer treated with radiotherapy

Gayen S, Kombathula SH, Manna S, Varshney S, Pareek P

Purpose: To evaluate the dosimetric variations in patients of head and neck cancer treated with definitive or adjuvant radiotherapy using optimized non-coplanar (ncVMAT) beams with coplanar (cVMAT) beams using volumetric...
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Head and Neck Oncologic Care During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Chang JW

It is well established that cancer patients are more susceptible to infection because of the immunosuppressive status caused by both disease itself and anticancer treatment, including surgery and chemoradiation. Head...
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Recipient vessel selection for head and neck reconstruction: A 30-year experience in a single institution

Chung JH, Kim KJ, Jung KY, Baek SK, Park SH, Yoon ES

Background: The advance in microsurgical technique has facilitated a proper approach for reconstruction of extensive head and neck defects. For the success of free tissue reconstruction, selection of the recipient...
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The Role of 18F-FDG PET/CT for Evaluation of Cervical Metastatic Lymph Nodes in a Patient with Metallic Artifacts from Dental Prosthesis: a Case Report

Park JY, Lee YH

Cervical metastasis of squamous cell carcinoma from an unknown primary site occurs in approximately 2–4% of head and neck tumor cases. Without identification of the primary site, proper management cannot...
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Risk Factor Analysis of Dysphagia after Oncological Surgery for Patients with Head and Neck Cancer Using a Modified Barium Swallowing Study

Park SJ, Kang H, Park YH

Objective: This study evaluated the risk factors for tube feeding dependency of the patients with head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) who underwent an operation with curative intent. Methods: The...
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Auto-segmentation of head and neck organs at risk in radiotherapy and its dependence on anatomic similarity

Ayyalusamy A, Vellaiyan , Subramanian S, Ilamurugu , Satpathy S, Nauman M, Katta G, Madineni A

PURPOSE: The aim is to study the dependence of deformable based auto-segmentation of head and neck organs-at-risks (OAR) on anatomy matching for a single atlas based system and generate an...
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Highlights for the 2019 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting

Lee YG

The 2019 American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting, which took place May 31-June 4 in Chicago, drew more than 32,000 oncology specialists from around the world. The theme...
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