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Ophthalmic Radiation Therapy

Techniques and Applications

Singh A.D. (Cleveland, Ohio) 
Pelayes D.E. (Buenos Aires) 
Seregard S. (Stockholm) 
Macklis R. (Cleveland, Ohio) 

Status: available   
Publication year: 2013
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Developments in Ophthalmology , Vol. 52
Editor(s): Bandello F. (Milan) 
XIV + 126 p., 49 fig., 42 in color, 7 tab., hard cover, 2013
Status: available   
ISSN: 0250-3751
e-ISSN: 1662-2790

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"This book is an important asset to the medical literature in the combined fields of radiation and ophthalmology.
(...) this book, in hardcover, can be highly recommended to every ophthalmologist and radiotherapist, it should have a place in his or her library. It is a practical guide to understanding the relationships between adiation and the eye, its indications and complications."

Graefe‘s Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology

A comprehensive source of authoritative information on ocular and adnexal radiation therapy
This publication, a conjoint effort by ocular oncologists and radiation oncologists, comprises ten chapters covering basic and advanced radiation therapy techniques followed by specific indications by location (uveal, retinal, orbital tumors, eyelid and conjunctival tumors) and complications of radiation therapy. A chapter on investigational use of radiation therapy for age-related macular degeneration is also included.
The contributions are illustrated by photographs, imaging studies, and detailed treatment plans to clearly convey the fundamental concepts. Additional tables, flow diagrams, graphs or charts support the understanding of the subject.
To ocular oncologists, radiation physicists, radiation therapists, and radiation oncologists this volume is a comprehensive source of authoritative information on the subject of ocular and adnexal radiation therapy.