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Radiobiology of Normal Lung Tissue and Lung Tumours

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  • Small Cell Carcinoma
  • Normal Lung Tissue
  • Radiation Pneumonitis

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Shibamoto, Y., Hara, M. (2005). Radiobiology of Normal Lung Tissue and Lung Tumours. In: Jeremić, B. (eds) Advances in Radiation Oncology in Lung Cancer. Medical Radiology Radiation Oncology. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/3-540-26632-1_5

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