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1. Does Photofrin II Combined with a Radio-Adaptive Dose Lead to a Synergistic or Additive Effect after Ionising Irradiation In Vitro ?


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2. Covered nitinol stents for the treatment of esophageal strictures and leaks


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3. The effect of radio-adaptive doses on HT29 and GM637 cells

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4. RESEARCH Open Access

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5. Vorläufige Ergebnisse einer Phase I Studie zur Applikation von Photofrin II® als tumorselektives radiosensitivierendes Agens bei soliden Tumoren


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6. The effect of radio-adaptive doses on HT29 and GM637 cells


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7. The effect of radio-adaptive doses on HT29 and GM637 cells

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8. The effect of radio-adaptive doses on HT29 and GM637 cells

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9. Irradiation treatment of laryngeal cancer in a patient with an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)


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10. Covered nitinol stents for the treatment of esophageal strictures and leaks

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