Treatment for radiation burns on the breast

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If your breast cancer treatment includes radiation therapy, you may notice sunburn-like skin changes in the treated area. Your skin may become red, irritated, dry, and more sensitive to touch. Radiation therapy is almost always given after breast-conserving surgery to lower the risk that cancer will come back in the breast. External beam radiation therapy is directed at all of the breast including the skin and the muscles on the chest. Radiation therapy is often one of the treatments used for breast cancer. There are multiple ways radiation therapy is used and even different types of delivery systems. A radiation burn, also called a cutaneous radiation injury (cri), is a serious medical condition, but thankfully also a rare one. Patients are often unaware of their radiation exposure and develop unexplained.   this video discusses the common acute side effects that occur during radiation therapy to the breast or chest-wall. Recommendations on how to best care for your skin during radiation therapy as. Radiation therapy also called radiotherapy is a highly targeted and highly effective way to destroy cancer cells in the breast that may stick around after surgery. Despite what many people fear, radiation therapy is relatively easy to tolerate and its side effects are limited to the treated area. Its normal to worry about possible side effects of radiation therapy. When radiation passes through the skin, the skin cells in the treatment area may become damaged. After frequent radiation treatments, skin cells often do not have enough time to repair and regenerate between treatments. Radiation therapy may cause the exposed skin to peel off more quickly than it can grow back, causing sores or ulcers. For r1 use the entire 6 gram unit dose packet after each treatment apply a thick layer to the irradiated area as soon as possible following each radiation treatment for a minimum of 20 minutes. If you have a large area of your skin that has been irradiated, you may need to use more than one sachet after each treatment of radiotherapy. Add as friend private reply report abuse stop tracking track thread email friend breast cancerradiation burns and raw skin treatment.

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