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Research Related Medical Articles on Papillon

This page carries articles  which provide some medical background to Papillon Contact X-Ray Brachytherapy 

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A multi-centre analysis of adjuvant contact X-ray brachytherapy (CXB)in rectal cancer patients treated with local excision – Preliminary results of the CONTEM1 study. 

                                                            A. Dhadda, et.al.(2021) Radiotherapy and Oncology 162 pp (2021) 195–201

 

Beneficiaries of radical surgery among complete responders to neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy in rectal cancer.                                                     Shu Zhang, et., al. (2021)  Cancer Science : Wiley Library

 

Patient information and timing prior to consent for Contact X-Ray Brachytherapy (Papillon): Are we doing the process right?                      A. Sun Myint  et., al. (2019) EC Gastroenterology & digestive system  Research Article

 

Role of radiotherapy in the treatment of rectal cancer in older patients.
                                               A. Sun Myint, & J.P. Gerard, (2020)  European Journal of Surgical Oncology

Patient Choice in NHS : capturing "decision regret".

                                               A. Sun Myint (2019) British Medical Journal ;366:I5363 doi: 10.1136bmj   

 

Treatment: the role of contact X-ray brachytherapy (Papillon) in the management of early rectal cancer.

                                               A. Sun Myint et,. al. (2019) Colorectal Disease : The Association of Coloproctology                                                      of Great Britain and Ireland

Contact X-ray Brachytherapy as an Adjunct to a Watch and Wait Approach is an Affordable Alternative to Standard Surgical Management of Rectal Cancer for Patients with a Partial Clinical Response to Chemoradiotherapy

                                                  C. Rao, et.al. (2018) Clinical Oncology  

Low-energy  contact X-Ray brachytherapy (the Papillon techniques) for early-stage rectal cancer.                                                                                NICE Interventional Procedure Guidance (2015)

Contact radiotherapy for elderly patients with early low cancers. 

                                                      A. Sun Myint (2013):  British Journal of Hospital Medicine