Radiodermatitis acuta

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 2022-11-16

Autor(en): Anzengruber F., Navarini A.

ICD11: EJ70

Akute Röntgendermatitis, akute Strahlendermatitis, akute Radiodermatitis.

Innerhalb von 6-12 Tagen, durch ionisierende Strahlung (α-, β-, γ - Strahlen) ausgelöste Dermatitis.

  • Grad I: Erythem
  • Grad II: Bläschen und Blasen. Verlust der Behaarung
  • Grad III: Ulzera, Gewebsnekrosen

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