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  • Predictors of cardiac and lung dose sparing in DIBH for left breast treatment. [Journal Article]
    Phys Med 2019; 67:27-33Cao N, Kalet AM, … Meyer J
  • This retrospective study of left breast radiation therapy (RT) investigates the correlation between anatomical parameters and dose to heart or/and left lung in deep inspiration breath-hold (DIBH) compared to free-breathing (FB) technique. Anatomical parameters of sixty-seven patients, treated with a step-and-shoot technique to 50 Gy or 50.4 Gy were included. They consisted of the cardiac contact …
  • Pneumomediastinum and subcutaneous emphysema: complication of cocaine use. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Case Rep 2019; 12(10)Costeira FS, Vieira F, … Leite C
  • Pneumomediastinum is more frequent in young men and usually presents in association with subcutaneous emphysema. It can occur in case of oesophageal or chest trauma, be iatrogenic or develop spontaneously, in case of emesis, coughing or forceful straining. Use of illicit drugs, such as cocaine, has been associated with multiple respiratory complications, including pneumomediastinum and subcutaneo…
  • [Myocarditis: Uncommon but severe toxicity of immune checkpoint inhibitors]. [Review]
    Bull Cancer 2019Courand PY, Bouali A, … Lantelme P
  • Traditional cancer therapies, such as treatment with anthracyclines and chest radiation, are known to induce cardiovascular complications. Currently, the increase of cancer therapies will involve new mechanisms such as cancer immunotherapies, also called immune checkpoint inhibitors (PD-1, PD-L1 and CTLA-4 inhibitors). These treatments have shown long-term remissions in subgroup of cancers, inclu…
  • Mobile community-based active case-finding for tuberculosis among older populations in rural Cambodia. [Journal Article]
    Int J Tuberc Lung Dis 2019; 23(10):1107-1114Camelique O, Scholtissen S, … Hewison C
  • OBJECTIVE: To systematically screen older rural populations in Cambodia for tuberculosis (TB) and develop an effective active case-finding (ACF) model for this TB high-risk group.DESIGN: A retrospective study using routinely collected programmatic data on community-based ACF among people aged ≥55 years using TB symptoms and systematic chest radiography (CXR) screening, followed by Xpert® MTB/RI…
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