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October 17, 2006
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the...
Munich, Germany
Radiologist Reiser and nuclear physician Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment...
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumours called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
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