high-dose-rate remote brachytherapy
- A type of internal radiation treatment in which the radioactive source is removed between treatments. Also called high-dose-rate remote radiation therapy or remote brachytherapy.
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high-dose-rate remote radiation therapy — A type of internal radiation treatment in which the radioactive source is removed between treatments. Also called high dose rate remote brachytherapy or remote brachytherapy … English dictionary of cancer terms
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