radiodermatitis


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ra·di·o·der·ma·ti·tis

n. radiodermatitis, dermatitis causada por la exposición a radiaciones.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 20, 2019-: Radiodermatitis Market 2019 Global Key Vendors Analysis, Revenue, Trends & Forecast to 2024
(89,90) In a study of 10 vulvar verruciform xanthomas, all were associated with vulvar inflammatory or neoplastic conditions including lichen sclerosus, lichen planus, Paget disease, and radiodermatitis. (89) Although HPV has been proposed in the past as the etiologic agent, multiple studies have failed to confirm a causal relationship.
More severe side effects, including stomatitis and radiodermatitis, would probably be observed in fractionated protocols used in curative-intent radiation therapy.
Falkmer, "Prophylactic treatment with a potent corticosteroid cream ameliorates radiodermatitis, independent of radiation schedule: A randomized double blinded study," Radiotherapy & Oncology, vol.
The patient presented acute grade I radiodermatitis (NCI CTCAE Version 4.03) which resolved spontaneously.
Ledo, "Treatment of acute radiodermatitis with Cryptomphalus aspersa secretion," Radioproteccion, vol.
- The global radiodermatitis market is consolidated, with the top five players accounting for a share of just over 47% in 2015, according to a new report from US-based Transparency Market Research.
The new dermal spray has been designed specifically to help prevent and treat radiation-induced dermatitis - or radiodermatitis - a side effect of radiotherapy which can cause a range of dermal disorders, from inflammation of the skin to the development of necrosis and skin peeling.
GlobalData's clinical trial report, "Radiodermatitis Global Clinical Trials Review, H1, 2016" provides an overview of Radiodermatitis clinical trials scenario.
They are poikiloderma like amyloidosis, xeroderma pigmentosum, dyschromic universalis hereditaria (DUH), acral reticulate pigmentation of Dohi, chronic radiodermatitis, dyskeratosis congenita, arsenical hyperkeratosis and drug-induced dyschromia due to mono-benzyl ether of hydroquinone, tetracycline, DPCP, thiazides and afloqualone.