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Significance of site‐specific radiation dose and technique for success of implant‐based prosthetic rehabilitation in irradiated head and neck cancer patients—A cohort study

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Wolf, Franziska ; Spoerl, Steffen ; Gottsauner, Maximilian ; Klingelhöffer, Christoph ; Spanier, Gerrit ; Kolbeck, Carola ; Reichert, Torsten E. ; Hautmann, Matthias G. ; Ettl, Tobias
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Background Radiotherapy aggravates implant-based prosthetic rehabilitation in patients with head and neck cancer. Purpose To evaluate the impact of radiation dose at implant and parotid gland site for prosthetic rehabilitation. Material and methods The retrospective study includes 121 irradiated head and neck cancer patients with 751 inserted implants. Radiation doses on implant bed and parotid ...


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