postirradiation

postirradiation

(ˌpəʊstɪˌreɪdɪˈeɪʃən)
adj
(Medicine) med occurring after or due to irradiation
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Thus, we speculated that this patient-related factor, which has not previously been a research focus, might contribute to postirradiation LRD.
To the best of our knowledge, this is the first case of postirradiation bilateral.
However, the degree of crosslinking can also be increased by a post-irradiation heat treatment, which naturally occurs in a postirradiation welding process.
Postirradiation morphea of the breast presentation of two cases and review of the literature.
Clinicopathologic features of primary and postirradiation cerebral gliosarcoma.
The clinical data available looks at using this natural ingredient to increase minimal erythemal dose, rather then postirradiation recovery," he said.
Because of the considerable impact on the quality of life in head and neck malignancy survivors, postirradiation OME deserves more evaluation.
As the data indicates, the frequency of numerical chromosome abnormalities and MN presence in embryos generated from gamma-irradiated male mice for all six weeks postirradiation is significantly higher than that of the control group (p<0.
Anton, Postirradiation Effects in Alanine Dosimeter Probes of Two Different Suppliers, Phys.
In contrast, AX significantly inhibited the UVB-increased phosphorylation of mitogen- and stress-activated protein kinase (MSK)-1, NF-[kappa]Bp65 or CREB even when treated postirradiation.
5% of the laboratories (637 of 674); 527 of the 667 responding laboratories (79%) answered "yes" to the question, "Does your laboratory use the minimum squamous cell adequacy criteria for atrophic and/or postirradiation specimen?
Mutation of the p53 gene in postirradiation sarcomas.