Active breathing coordinator

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Active breathing coordinator - a method for reducing the amount of radiation dose delivered to non-target tissues. The technique involves teaching the patient to hold their breath for short periods of time while the radiation is being applied. Also see active breathing coordinator-mediated radiation therapy

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