Session: Radiation Therapy in Gynecology

Radiation Therapy in Gynecology


Radiation therapy uses high beams of intense x-rays to damage the DNA of cells. The doses of radiation used to destroy cancer cells can also hurt normal cells in the treated area. The injury to these normal cells is the result of the common side effects of radiation treatment in Gynecology. Radiation treatment is a fundamental segment in Gynecology in the essential nonsurgical administration and the adjuvant postoperative therapy of chose malignancies emerging in the female regenerative plot. Gynecologic diseases were among the principal malignancies treated with ionizing radiation over a century prior. Palliative radiotherapy can much of the time improve a patient's personal satisfaction when utilized for the alleviation of indications.
·         Carcinoma of the Uterine Corpus
·         Carcinoma of the Uterine Cervix
·         Brachytherapy