thermoradiotherapy

thermoradiotherapy

[-rā′dē·ōther′əpē]
a therapeutic process that applies ionizing radiation to any part of the body in which the temperature has been raised by artificial means. Thermoradiography seeks to increase the radiosensitivity of the body part being treated.

thermoradiotherapy

(ther?mo-ra?de-o-ther'a-pe) [? + L. radius, ray, + Gr. therapeia, treatment]
Application of heat to the deep tissues by diathermy. Synonym: thermopenetration
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The treatment of high-grade soft tissue sarcomas with preoperative thermoradiotherapy.
Thermoradiotherapy in the treatment of locally advanced nonsmall cell lung cancer.