Kristin Lang

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oncology

Cancers, Vol. 14, Pages 6140: Postoperative Radiotherapy and the Role of Regional Lymph Node Irradiation in Localized Merkel Cell Carcinoma: A Single Center Retrospective Analysis

Lisa-Antonia Dinges, Kristin Lang et 6 al.

Dec 13, 2022 in Cancers
Cancers, Vol. 14, Pages 6140: Postoperative Radiotherapy and the Role of Regional Lymph Node Irradiation in Localized Merkel Cell Carcinoma: A Single Center Retrospective Analysis Cancers doi: 10.3390/cancers14246140 Authors: Lisa Antonia Dinges Tanja Eichkorn Sebastian Regnery Juliane Hörner Rieber Jürgen Debus Jessica C. Hassel Kristin Lang The aim of this study was to analyze the pattern of rel...

oncology

Cancers, Vol. 14, Pages 6041: Dosimetric Benefit of Adaptive Magnetic Resonance Guided Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy of Liver Metastases

Fabian Weykamp et 16 al.

Dec 8, 2022 in Cancers
Cancers, Vol. 14, Pages 6041: Dosimetric Benefit of Adaptive Magnetic Resonance Guided Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy of Liver Metastases Cancers doi: 10.3390/cancers14246041 Authors: Fabian Weykamp Efthimios Katsigiannopulos Lars Piskorski Sebastian Regnery Philipp Hoegen Jonas Ristau C. Katharina Renkamp Jakob Liermann Tobias Forster Kristin Lang Laila König Carolin Rippke Carolin Buchele Jürgen...

oncology

Postoperative Radiotherapy for Endometrial Cancer in Elderly (≥80 Years) Patients: Oncologic Outcomes, Toxicity, and Validation of Prognostic Scores.

Eva Meixner et 7 al.

Dec 14, 2021 in Cancers
Endometrial cancer is a common malignancy in elderly women that are more likely to suffer from limiting medical comorbidities. Given this narrower therapeutic ratio, we aimed to assess the oncologic outcomes and toxicity in the adjuvant setting. Out of a cohort of 975 women, seventy patients aged ≥ 80 years, treated with curative postoperative radiotherapy (RT) for endometrial cancer between 2005 ...

Outcome and prognostic factors in patients undergoing salvage therapy for recurrent esophagogastric cancer after multimodal treatment.

Leonidas Apostolidis et 12 al.

Apr 19, 2022 in Journal of cancer research and clinical oncology
Perioperative systemic treatment has significantly improved the outcome in locally advanced esophagogastric cancer. However, still the majority of patients relapse and die. Data on the optimal treatment after relapse are limited, and clinical and biological prognostic factors are lacking. Patients with a relapse after neoadjuvant/perioperative treatment and surgery for esophagogastric cancer were ...


oncology

Cancers, Vol. 14, Pages 1916: Outcome after Radiotherapy for Vestibular Schwannomas (VS)— Differences in Tumor Control, Symptoms and Quality of Life after Radiotherapy with Photon versus Proton Therapy

Maike Küchler et 13 al.

Apr 10, 2022 in Cancers
Background : To evaluate differences in local tumor control (LC), symptoms and quality of life (QOL) of 261 patients with VS after stereotactic radiosurgery/hypofractionated stereotactic radiotherapy (SRS/HFSRT) vs. fractionated radiotherapy (FRT) vs. fractionated proton therapy (FPT) were studied. Method : For SRS/HFSRT (n = 149), the median fraction dose applied was 12 Gy. For FRT (n = 87) and ...

oncology

Vaginal cancer treated with curative radiotherapy with or without concomitant chemotherapy: oncologic outcomes and prognostic factors

Eva Meixner et 12 al.

Nov 2, 2021 in Tumori Journal
Tumori Journal, Ahead of Print. Background : Vaginal cancer is a rare disease for which prospective randomized trials do not exist. We aimed to assess survival outcomes, patterns of recurrence, prognostic factors, and toxicity in the curative treatment using image guided radiotherapy (RT). Method : In this retrospective review, we identified 53 patients who were treated at a single center with ex...

medicine

Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy with Carbon Ion Radiotherapy Boost for Acinic Cell Carcinoma of the Salivary Glands

Maximilian P Schmid et 11 al.

Jan 1, 2021 in Cancers
Simple Acinic cell carcinoma is a rare disease treated usually by surgery. The role of radiotherapy is controversially discussed. In this retrospective analysis based on 15 patients undergoing postoperative or definitive radiotherapy (intensity-modulated radiotherapy, IMRT) with carbon ion radiotherapy boost leads to excellent results after R1-resection, and is a promising treatment modality in ...


Media Review: Women`s Status in Higher Education: Equity Matters

Kristin Lang

Jul 1, 2012 in Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice

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