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ERT

abbr.
estrogen replacement therapy
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ERT

estrogen replacement therapy.
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Noun1.ERT - the coordinated universal time when an event is received on Earth
coordinated universal time, UTC - Greenwich Mean Time updated with leap seconds
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* To analyse the effectiveness of programmed deep breathing exercises on reducing level of fatigue in cancer patients during external radiation therapy.
The best survival chances seem to be achieved with concurrent external radiation therapy and cisplatin and etoposide.
Effect of hyperthermia combined with external radiation therapy in primary non-small cell lung cancer with direct bony invasion.
The thyroid gland is often included in the radiation field when patients with Hodgkin disease, non-Hodgkin lymphoma, and head and neck tumors are treated with external radiation therapy. As a consequence, thyroid abnormalities, especially hypothyroidism, are common in these patients.
A comparison of treatments of squamous cell carcinoma of the base of tongue: surgical resection combined with external radiation therapy, external radiation therapy alone, and external radiation therapy combined with interstitial radiation.
External radiation therapy is beamed into the prostate from a machine outside the body.
These cautions are not necessary in patients who are receiving external radiation therapy because there is no radioactive material in their bodies.

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