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There are several concepts for the design of lymphoma radiation therapy fields in the context of combined modality therapy e.g. involved field radiation therapy (IFRT), involved site radiation therapy (ISRT) and involved node radiation therapy (INRT).rr By consensus of the radiation oncology reference committee, for this protocol we have adopted the ISRT concept, acknowledging that this is widely accepted practice locally and internationally.r 

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03 Dec 2022