How would you manage a localized stage IV squamous cell carcinoma of vagina involving the posterior vaginal wall and full thickness of the anterior rectal wall?   


Answer from: Radiation Oncologist at Community Practice
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Radiation Oncologist at John H. Stroger Hospital of Cook County
What bowel constraints/techniques for mitigating h...
at Tulane University School of Medicine
I agree with Dr Beriwal, with the caveat that it w...
Radiation Oncologist at Varian Medical Systems
Limit 55 Gy volume to less then 10-15 cc.
Radiation Oncologist at University of Colorado
@Sushil Beriwal, any thoughts on temporary bowel d...
Radiation Oncologist at Varian Medical Systems
I would not do temporary diversion as risk is not ...
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