Neurological changes following radiation therapy for head and neck tumours

European Journal of Radiology
V F H ChongH Rumpel

Abstract

Radiation therapy is widely used in the treatment of head and neck tumours either as a primary form of treatment or a supplementary modality. Although the benefits of radiation therapy are well established, this treatment modality is not without untoward consequences and complications. The intent of this paper is to highlight the neurological complications that may follow the treatment for head and neck malignancies, in particular, following radiation therapy for nasopharyngeal carcinoma.

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