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    2020-08-28


    Table 5 Model characteristics of the final model for theendpoint diastolic function of the left ventricle in breast cancersurvivors within first 10 years after radiation therapy
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    Variable B SE 95% CI for B value*
    Abbreviations: B Z regression coefficient; BC Z breast cancer; CI Z confidence interval; SE Z standard error.
    Results are based on 109 breast cancer survivors.
    * P value between the variable and the endpoint diastolic function of the left ventricle, calculated using linear regression analysis.
    Conclusions
    This study shows an association between individual RT dose for BC and GLS of the LV. Our results suggest that these adverse effects are associated JQ 1 with radiation dose to the coronary arteries. Diastolic function was associated with age and hypertension at time of BC diagnosis; DVH parameters were less frequently selected for this endpoint.
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