Francesco Collamati. An Intraoperative Beta-Probe for Cancer Surgery. Springer Theses Recognizing Outstanding Ph.D. Research. 2016

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Chapter 1 Introduction to Radioguided Surgery
Notwithstanding the number of other techniques and instruments that have been developed in the last decades in the field of cancer treatment, from radiotherapy to chemotherapy, surgery remains to date the most frequent option undertaken in case of tumor.

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