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of patients % Restricted neck movements 25 16% Trismus (pain) 83 53.2% <1 finger mouth opening/s to radiation fibrosis
18 11.5% Decreased space in nostrils/ compression of single nostril 13 8.33%
The herniation site was remote from all prior incisions, and demonstrated intercostal muscle denervation and radiation fibrosis
. The 8 cm x 10 cm chest wall defect was reconstructed with inlay PROCEED mesh and reinforced with a pedicled latissimus dorsi flap.
Keywords: Breast cancer, radiation fibrosis
syndrome, radiotherapy complications
The third edition includes new topics such as labral tears (shoulder and hip), pubalgia, chondral injuries, central post-stroke pain, chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy, radiation fibrosis
syndrome, and neural tube defects.
Because acute radiation pneumonitis and late radiation fibrosis
are still not well demarcated clinically after radiotherapy to the lung, we used the term radiation pneumopathy for this continuing process.
may occur several months to years after the completion of therapy.
Molecular and cellular basis of radiation fibrosis
. Int J Radiat Biol.
John's demise was living with the problems of radiation fibrosis
and limited lung capacity which eventually as he aged lead to reoccurring bouts of pneumonia in the lowest and only remaining lobe of his right lung.
Rogers and Allen  had shown that there was significant fat necrosis and radiation fibrosis
within patients who have had this type of surgery followed by radiotherapy compared with those who did not have radiotherapy, despite a theoretically better blood supply in free flaps compared to pedicled flaps.
Pneumonitis may eventually cause permanent scarring (radiation fibrosis