J Radiat Oncol (2017) 6:225–245 DOI 10.1007/s13566-017-0316-5 ABSTRACTS Abstracts of oral and Poster Presentations, 27th annual meeting of the American College of Radiation Oncology, March 9–11, 2017 ∣ Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista, Orlando Florida Chair of the Scientific Program Committee: II, and 1/12 was FIGO stage IIIC (positive pelvic node). Of cervical Lawrence Kleinberg, MD patients, 27/33 were FIGO stages I – II, and 6/33 were FIGO stage IIIB (pelvic sidewall extension). Post-SBRT biopsy at 3 months was Abstracts are sorted by presentation type then programme number. negative for 38 of 45 patients, or 84.4%, for all patients. Among patients with stages I - II disease, post-SBRT negative biopsy rate ORAL PRESENTATIONS was 89.4%. At 5 years, estimated local control by pathologic and radiographic (i.e., PET SUVmax <2.5) criteria at the SBRT treat- ment site is 78.6% for all patients and 88.2% for stages I – II pa- Thursday, March 9, 2017 (5:30–6:30 pm) tients. No grade 3 or greater urinary or bowel toxicities have been observed to date. Pre and post-SBRT FACT-G scores were statisti- cally similar in all studied domains: physical, social, emotional and 0007 functional well-being. Conclusion: At a minumum followup of 3 years, SBRT
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Published: Jun 2, 2017
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