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External Beam Radiotherapy Department

Can outpatient radiotherapy treatment be applied to all patients?

Outpatient radiotherapy can be applied to a large majority of patients. Inpatient treatment is required when some invasive radiotherapy techniques (brachytherapy) are used, if the patient's general anesthesia is required.

Staff

Doctors  8       Nurses   2       Technologists  20

Total - 37 

Localization 2016

  • Breast tumors: 601
  • Prostate tumors: 495
  • Gynecological tumors: 232
  • Gastrointestinal tumors: 162
  • Head-neck tumors: 201
  • Lung tumors: 162
  • CNS tumors: 60
  • Non-cancerous diseases: 81
  • Skin tumors: 41
  • Lymphomas: 35
  • Genitourinary tumors: 45
  • Soft tissue tumors: 9
  • Myeloma: 6
  • Other: 38

Total: 2062

Implemented technology: Stereotactic ablative oligometastatic malignant tumor radiation therapy (SABR) - skeletal and soft tissue metastases, treated using radiosurgery along with radical radiation therapy of primary prostate cancer.

 



Updated 2018-05-02 23:48