William Howland

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The growing number of oncological patients subjected to radiogherapy require the diagnostic radiologist to be aware of expected bone changes following irradiation and the differentiation of this entity from metastasis. The primary event of radiation damage to bone is atrophy and true necrosis of bone is uncommon. The postradiation atrophic changes of bone(More)
The sequence of radiographically visible changes about the shoulder girdle following irradiation was analyzed in 49 patients who received 200 kV irradiation, in 50 who received 25 MeV betatron photon irradiation, and in 20 who received cobalt-60 irradiation. The changes were dose related and were most evident in the kilovoltage group, but also occurred(More)