Consecutive magnetic resonance imaging during brachytherapy for cervical carcinoma: predictive value of volume measurements with respect to persistent disease and prognosis

J. E. Mongula*, B. F. M. Slangen, D. M. J. Lambregts, F. Cellini, F. C. H. Bakers, L. C. H. W. Lutgens, T. Van Gorp, A. J. Kruse, R. F. P. M. Kruitwagen, R. G. H. Beets-Tan

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