How do you treat mouth lesions resulting from radiation

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Answered by Premier Wound Care and Rapid Recovery Hyperbarics Center

Radiation damage is treatable. Speak with your doctor and/or a local wound care specialist to determine which treatment options are best for you.

Published on Mar 17, 2016

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Answered by Premier Wound Care and Rapid Recovery Hyperbarics Center

Radiation damage is treatable. Speak with your doctor and/or a local wound care specialist to determine which treatment options are best for you.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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My mother had radiation to get rid of a keloid on her chest after multiple heart surgeries. My understanding is too much radiation was used and she developed several holes down the mid line of her chest. The doctor she was referred to attempted to graft the holes and sew them up, but I believe the radiation burned through it all now. She has a gaping wound the size of fist in the middle of her chest. I have lost confidence in the doctors responsible and I don't know where to go from here.
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