postradiation

postradiation

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

postradiation

following exposure to radiation.
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Based on the paired t -test (within groups) results, there were significant differences in the brain hemisphere treated with irradiation between preradiation period and all the time points in the postradiation period.
A so-called malignant chondroblastoma has been proposed, but many of these cases have turned out to be postradiation sarcomas rather than de novo transformation of benign disease, (27) or were malignant tumors from the outset that were misdiagnosed.
As the initial stent was firmly anchored into the mucosa and the bronchus distorted by the tumor and postradiation fibrosis, a removal of the prosthesis was deemed impossible (Figure 2(b)).
His bladder ASPS has met all criteria for diagnosis of postradiation sarcoma defined by Cahan et al.
Management of a postradiation esophageal web in the setting of a coexisting Zenker's diverticulum.
Postradiation sarcomas: 20 cases and a literature review.
Most of these tumors arise de novo, but postradiation tumors are not uncommon.
Postradiation gliosarcoma with osteosarcomatous components.
68), (69) In both cases, prophylactic treatment 24 hours preradiation was more effective than postradiation treatment.
When vaginal dilators are indicated for vaginismus or postradiation changes to the vagina, I show the patient the dilators and how to use them, and I have them available for purchase.
Radiation-associated sarcoma: a review of 23 patients with postradiation sarcoma over a 50-year period.