Corrigendum| Volume 25, 100199, March 2023

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Corrigendum to “Two compound techniques for total body irradiation” [Tech. Innov. Patient Support Radiat. Oncol. 21 (2022) 1–7]

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      • Two compound techniques for total body irradiation
        Technical Innovations and Patient Support in Radiation Oncology Vol. 21
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          High-dose total body irradiation (TBI) is a radiotherapy modality in which the whole body is irradiated. Typically, the body is irradiated to a mean of 12–15 Gray (Gy) in 8–12 fractions with one to three fractions a day over three to six days [1-6]. This modality is a part of the treatment of systemic hematologic malignancies [1-5,7]. Chemotherapy and bone marrow transplantation are an effective treatment regimen in combination with TBI [8,9]. However, side effects have to be considered [2,5,10-12].
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