Primary lung sarcoma treated with stereotactic ablative radiotherapy: a case report

Primary lung sarcoma (PLS) is an extremely rare, very aggressive malignancy. Surgical removal is considered the treatment of choice, and patients who have been given conventional radiotherapy have had inferior outcomes. This study is the first describing a case of PLS treated with stereotactic ablative radiotherapy, which precisely targets a small tumour with a markedly higher biologically effective dose than conventional radiotherapy.
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