Traducción de radiotherapy en Español:

radiotherapy

radioterapia, n.

Pronunciación /ˌreɪdioʊˈθɛrəpi//ˌreɪdɪə(ʊ)ˈθɛrəpi/

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    radioterapia femenino
    • He has been undergoing radiotherapy for about four weeks and is expected to make a full recovery.
    • Extensive local surgical resection rather than radiotherapy is the treatment of choice.
    • Surgery may be followed by chemotherapy, radiotherapy or hormone treatment.
    • In patients who are unfit to have radical surgery, radiotherapy may be administered to the inguinal lymph nodes.
    • After two major operations, chemotherapy and radiotherapy, the disease went into remission.
    • No further chemotherapy or radiotherapy could be given to control this recurrence.
    • And earlier this year she went into remission and put her recovery down to radiotherapy and a herbal remedy.
    • Palliative radiotherapy or chemotherapy may increase this risk by causing tumours to shrink.
    • However, the influence of his early chiefs led him to train in the developing specialism of radiotherapy.
    • She started on chemotherapy, and then doubled up this treatment with radiotherapy.
    • Seven patients treated with radiotherapy developed some radiation telangiectasia.
    • He underwent a course of chemotherapy and radiotherapy but the cancer was so aggressive it spread to his stomach.
    • Repopulation during protracted treatment is one reason for tumour persistence after radiotherapy.
    • Twice daily radiotherapy should not tax the resources of even busy departments, if given on only a single day a week.
    • After an adventurous war time career in the Polish Free Forces he specialised in radiotherapy.
    • As a result, many patients who have had a mastectomy will now also receive postoperative radiotherapy.
    • A dry mouth caused by certain drugs or after chemotherapy or radiotherapy to the head and neck may also lead to thrush.
    • Treatment options for cervical cancer include surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.
    • She again had rounds of radiotherapy and chemotherapy treatment before being offered a new drug, Arimidex.
    • Often, the initial response of a cancer to radiotherapy is a good indication of how successful the treatment will be.