Radiation treatment or radiotherapy, frequently truncated RT, RTx, or XRT, is treatment utilizing ionizing radiation, for the most part as a major aspect of disease treatment to control or slaughter threatening cells and ordinarily conveyed by a direct quickening agent. Radiation treatment might be healing in various sorts of malignant growth on the off chance that they are restricted to one region of the body. It might likewise be utilized as a component of adjuvant treatment, to anticipate tumor repeat after a medical procedure to evacuate an essential harmful tumor (for instance, beginning periods of bosom malignancy). Radiation treatment is synergistic with chemotherapy and has been utilized previously, amid, and after chemotherapy in defenseless malignant growths. The subspecialty of oncology involved with radiotherapy is called radiation oncology.
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