postradiation

postradiation

(pōst″rā-dē-ā′shŭn)
Occurring after exposure to ionizing radiation.

postradiation

following exposure to radiation.
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High-dose-rate stereotactic body radiation therapy for postradiation therapy locally recurrent prostatic carcinoma: Preliminary prostate-specific antigen response, disease-free survival, and toxicity assessment.
Most of these tumors arise de novo, but postradiation tumors are not uncommon.
68), (69) In both cases, prophylactic treatment 24 hours preradiation was more effective than postradiation treatment.
Detection of a-methylacyl-coenzyme A racemase in postradiation prostatic adenocarcinoma.
Patient selection, cancer control, and complications after salvage local therapy for postradiation prostate- specific antigen failure: a systematic review of the literature.
Idiopathic/viral and postsurgical constrictive pericardial disease have the best 10-year survival rates after pericardiectomy of about 67% and 56%, respectively, while postradiation pericarditis has the worst at 11% (5).
Radiation-associated sarcoma: a review of 23 patients with postradiation sarcoma over a 50-year period.
Since ionizing radiation's effect is observed mostly in long-term period, we conclude that, for the short postradiation duration of this study, pre-treatment with vitamin E was not capable of showing the reduction in radiation-induced lipid peroxidation.
I have postradiation patients with 400 BCCs," he said.
The advantages of single surgery include a reduced risk of osteonecrosis--disease in the jawbone--which can occur with postradiation surgery.
Patients were randomized to a group that participated in yoga twice weekly during treatment or to a "wait-list control group" that was scheduled to participate in a postradiation yoga program.