radiotherapist


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radiotherapist

 [ra″de-o-ther´ah-pist]
a specialist in radiotherapy.

ra·di·o·ther·a·pist

(rā'dē-ō-ther'ă-pist),
One who practices radiotherapy or is versed in radiotherapeutics.

ra·di·o·ther·a·pist

(rā'dē-ō-thār'ă-pist)
One who practices radiotherapy or is versed in radiotherapeutics.
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I'm sure the radiotherapist didn't mean it but I found him dreadfully patronising.
The study unveils that at present only 13 consultants, five medical oncologists and eight radiotherapists are working at the eight cancer centres.
The decision as to whether postoperative RT should be administered was discussed at a multidisciplinary team (MDT) conference with an attending head and neck surgeon and an oncologic radiotherapist after the pathology report had been completed.
Other professions including anesthesiologist and radiotherapist had lower MRSA carriage of 3 (25.0%).
Unilateral proptosis is a multidisciplinary problem and requires collaboration of different specialties [4] of an ophthalmologist along with an otorhinolaryngologist, neurosurgeon, oncologist, and radiotherapist. A thorough ENT examination is mandatory in proptosis [2].
"Several people meet each week to discuss each case separately and evaluate the treatment," Poly added, "the surgeon who does all the surgeries, a plastic surgeon, an oncologist and a radiotherapist."
Keith Harland, radiotherapist and professional development facilitator who is organising the day, said: "As a specialist cancer centre, we're a real leader in radiotherapy with the newest equipment and the most up-todate methods.
The core team members including Gynecologist, Oncologist, Radiologist, Radiotherapist and Histopathologist were present in the meeting.
The expert were comprised of 19 clinicians (ie, 3 cancer surgeons, 2 pathologists, 3 medical oncologist, 4 gynecologist, 1 radiotherapist, 2 nurse practitioner, and 4 obstetricians), 3 faculty members from nursing and midwifery department, 2 epidemiologists, 2 experts in health policy and management, 1 health economist, and 3 officers from the Ministry of Health and Medical Education (MoHME).
Then, chemotherapy was added to destroy small tumor growths that had spread beyond the reach of the surgeon and radiotherapist. This evolution in treatment occurred over the twentieth century and remains the standard of care for most cancers.
While there, she benefited from a novel idea dreamed up by Sarah Stead, paediatric advanced practitioner radiotherapist at the centre.