It can be difficult to treat cancer of the eyelid. Treatment with surgery often leads to tissue loss. Superficial radiotherapy can be used, but typically involves a topical anesthetic and the user of an internal eye shield, which can present risks and challenges...
Mutations of the phosphatase and tensin homolog (PTEN) gene can affect cancer development and cause large hamartomatous skin change in sun-exposed areas. Radiotherapy has reportedly caused increased acute toxicity for this with PTEN variants, however, this case...
It can be difficult to treat non-melanoma skin cancer (NMSC) of the lower legs. The blood supply of the lower legs makes surgery challenging, and radiotherapy below the knee is controversial because of the fear of radiation-induced ulcers. In the study, "Lesion-based...
Radiotherapy of Skin Cancer in Patient with PTEN Mutation
Xstrahl 300 used in Lower Leg Lesion Treatment
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