radioresponsive

radioresponsive

 [ra″de-o-re-spon´siv]
reacting favorably to irradiation.

radioresponsive

[-rispon′siv]
responding to radiation, whether harmful or beneficial.

radioresponsive

reacting favorably to irradiation.
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Though LCH is radioresponsive, the use of radiation has been restricted in children, due to concerns about growth, developmental, and other late toxicities and the availability of less toxic treatment.
Radiation is appropriate therapy for patients with minimal or no neurologic findings, tumors known to be radioresponsive, no evidence of instability, and no neural compression by bone.
Radioresponsive tumors (lymphoma, myeloma) in patients with minimal symptoms are treated with radiation initially.