polychemotherapy

polychemotherapy

 [pol″e-ke″mo-ther´ah-pe]
chemotherapy involving simultaneous administration of several agents.

polychemotherapy

(pŏl″ē-kē″mō-thĕr′ă-pē) [″ + chemeia, chemistry, + therapeia, treatment]
Treatment with several chemotherapeutic agents at once.

polychemotherapy

simultaneous administration of several chemotherapeutic agents.
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Comparisons between Different Polychemotherapy Regimens for Early Breast Cancer: Meta-Analyses of Long-Term Outcome among 100,000 Women in 123 Randomised Trials.
Treatment with polychemotherapy was initiated after concluding that the patient had an unresectable cancer.
Patient treatment cards of all patients on polychemotherapy (PCT) who started treatment between 01.
5 years undergoing polychemotherapy without GnRH analogs; the age of the second group of postmenarche women who received GnRH analogs before polychemotherapy was 14.
Locally advanced tumors or metastatic forms can be treated with mono- or polychemotherapy, on systemic or local administration.
Complete hematologic remission and efficiency of fluid depletion therapy allowed the second course of polychemotherapy after which the patient developed an acute hepatitis C.
anti-metabolites, anthracyclines and alkylators) is used to control suspected micrometastatic disease and typically consists of 6 - 8 cycles of polychemotherapy administered over approximately 21 weeks.
Complications of venous access ports in 132 patients with disseminated testicular cancer treated with polychemotherapy.
Postoperatively, the patient had undergone 6 weeks of adjuvant local radiotherapy with an average dose of 4,800 cGy (range: 4,600 to 5,000) followed by polychemotherapy.