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n. radionecrosis, desintegración de tejidos por radiación.
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En presencia de radionecrosis, en la espectroscopia no hay picos de NAA, Cho y niveles de creatinina, hay picos de lactato y lipido; por otro lado, en la perfusion hay disminucion o no elevacion significativa del flujo cerebral sanguineo relativo o el volumen cerebral sanguineo relativo (6).
The most important side effects include radiation induced hypopituitarism, optic neuropathy and other cranial neuropathies, radionecrosis and cerebrovascular disease.
The use of [sup.11]C-choline PET/CT demonstrated higher sensitivity and specificity compared with [sup.18]F-FDG PET/CT for distinguishing recurrent brain tumor from radionecrosis [41].
The presence of high rCBV has been shown to represent active neovascularization and viable tumor, whereas normal rCBV in apparent lesion progression could point to, for example, chemoradiation effects and thereby exclude pseudoprogression and radionecrosis [43,44].
Gratz, "Radionecrosis of the mandibula: a retrospective analysis of the incidence and risk factors," Radiotherapy and Oncology, vol.
One patient presented with radionecrosis after treatment for malignant fibrohistiocytoma and another used dermal substitutes in the donor area of a frontal skin flap.
Amino acid PET (mainly with methionine and fluoroethyltyrosine) has been used to enlighten the greater metabolic activity of malignant tumoral tissue compared to radionecrosis and might also help in differentiating progression from treatment-related alterations during immunotherapy [19-22].
c) Otras: radionecrosis, cerebritis, lesiones quisticas benignas, disgenesias cerebrales focales (51).
(138,139) Since the pathogenesis of the optic nerve damage is not fully understood, radiation-induced optic neuropathy is considered to be radionecrosis of the optic nerve and chiasm.
The wound closure and advanced wound care global market by applications is segmented into six major divisions such as burns, ulcers, surgical wounds, trauma and laceration and radionecrosis. Ulcers are further segmented into pressure ulcers, venous leg ulcers, arterial ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers.
Specifically, HBO has demonstrated positive outcomes when used to treat chronic radiation tissue injury, including osteoradionecrosis of the jaw, curaneous radionecrosis that caused open wounds, laryngeal radionecrosis, radiation cystitis, gastrointestinal radionecrosis, and in conjunction with oral surgery in a previously irradiated jaw.[sup][3]