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Erratum to “The impact of intra-fractional bladder filling on ‘‘Plan of the day” adaptive bladder radiotherapy” [Tech. Innov. Patient Supp. Radiat. Oncol. 9 (2019) 31–34]

      It has come to the Publisher’s attention that the above published article was missing an ethics statement stating informed consent was sought.
      The following statement has been supplied by the author:
      Due to this study being a retrospective audit, it was confirmed that patient consent for the use of anonymous clinical information and images for audit purposes had already been obtained by the bladder radiotherapy consent form that all patients signed upon agreeing to have adaptive bladder radiotherapy treatment.
      Both the Authors and Publisher would like to apologise for the oversight.

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      • The impact of intra-fractional bladder filling on “Plan of the day” adaptive bladder radiotherapy
        Technical Innovations and Patient Support in Radiation Oncology Vol. 9
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          Radiotherapy provides a radical treatment approach for many bladder cancer patients either unsuitable for surgery, chemotherapy or undergoing a multimodality management [1,2]. The unpredictable variations in bladder volume due to intra- and inter-fractional filling during treatment have been evidently documented in bladder radiotherapy [2]. Large treatment planning margins are often used to ensure coverage and minimise geographical miss, however this also led to unnecessary irradiation vast areas of normal tissue [2,3].
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