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Posts Tagged ‘Superficial Radiotherapy (SRT)’

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Multiple Nasal Basal Cell Carcinomas

HISTORY 81-year-old man presents with 7-month history of two nasal tip and right nasal ala BCC’s. All three lesions were treated with 2 adjoining SRT fields. The course began 1-8-18 and completed by 1-26-18 after 15 treatments. DISCUSSION This patient represents an excellent candidate for radiation therapy. Electron beam radiation therapy can be used with…

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Large BCC of Thigh

HISTORY   92-year-old man presents with 15 year history of basal cell carcinoma on left thigh. The cancer is now a 9.3 cm x 8.6 cm superficial plaque with a few ulcerations.  Patient is being evaluated for treatment with superficial radiation therapy.       DISCUSSION   Large  superficial basal cell carcinomas of the skin…

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MEDIAL CANTHUS BASAL CELL CARCINOMA FOLLOW UP

HISTORY 91 year old man presented with a recurrent right medial canthus BCC that was previously treated with 45 days of radiation (SRT at Hoag Hospital). Biopsy showed infiltrative sclerosing basal cell carcinoma with focal perineural invasion. MRI in December of 2016 showed the mass was fixed on the lamina papyracea adjacent to the medial…

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Radiation Carcinogenesis

As acceptance of radiation therapy for skin cancer grows, questions arise as to the long-term risks therapeutic radiation poses. This is an area extensively measured and studied by radiation physicists and medical dosimetrists. However, from practical point of view, most of empirical data comes form epidemiological population studies. The most dramatic of these being atomic…

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