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#1. Utilising the appropriate X-Ray energy, preferably at an early stage, results in cosmesis that is…?

#2. What level of variance is not significant when calibrating the irradiation chamber half value layers?

#3. Following treatment, what advice should NOT be given in regards to skin care?

#4. Radiation therapy is the treatment of choice for localized primary cutanenous B Cell Lymphoma at…?

#5. What is the primary (but not only) concern in complex lesion management cases?

#6. Where the treated volume can be seen to protrude into the applicator, which calculation must be applied?

#7. Patients must provide consent, this must include…?

#8. Cutaneous angiosarcoma is a rare and aggressive endothelial-derived sarcoma. It can be treated with a combination of…?

#9. How long may treatment reactions continue for after the final treatment?

#10. Patients must always have a lead cut out moulded for them.

#11. The most reported type of skin cancers in the UK and the USA are?

#12. For orthovoltage X-rays, which materials are used for determining the HVL?

#13. A lead cut out must be made of a thickness suitable to the energy range, but must also…?

#14. As immobilisation is not required, what is the preferred technique for monitoring the patient during treatment?

#15. In the event the tumour forms a thick scab, it is important to debulk the tumour and remove the scab. Who is advised to do this?

#16. Treatment to mucosal linings results in less adverse reactions.

#17. Treatment of Keloid scars must be paired with surgery. What is the age limit for these patients?

#18. The Attenuation process is the…?

#19. Small lesions of less than 0.5mm width with well-defined margins require a target with margins of?

#20. Superficial and orthovoltage radiotherapy as the same treatment techniques of megavoltage and isocentric techniques.

#21. Non-melanoma skin cancers can be treated in which one of the following sites?

#22. An energy range of 50 to 150kV is classed as…?

#23. When did X-ray beam radiation first become available for clinical use?

#24. Skin reactions resulting from radiotherapy can all be classified as…?

#25. The benign condition heterotopic bone formation can be treated with X-rays. What kV is required?

#26. Low energy X-ray absolute dosimetry is not calibrated using by…?


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