tissue tolerance


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tissue tolerance

The ability of specific tissues to withstand the effects of ionizing radiation.
See also: tolerance
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In a repeated-measures study of eight individuals with SCI, Bogie and Triolo found that an 8 wk conditioning program using external stimulation can produce changes in ischial pressures and promote blood flow to increase tissue tolerance [49].
Good tissue tolerance, low abrasion, high resistance, and a low risk of allergy are primarily notable advantages.
Ocular and radiation oncologists from the US, Argentina, and Sweden address the fundamentals of radiation and radioactive decay, the mechanism of tumor cell damage, tissue tolerance, and radiation and treatment parameters; advanced techniques for intensity modulated radiotherapy, stereotactic radiotherapy, and heavy ion therapy; and brachytherapy for the treatment of intraocular tumors.