The symptoms of radiation damage to the lungs and other organs can include high temperature and difficulty breathing during strenuous activity. The scar tissue characterized by radiation fibrosis can be painful and result in reduced range of motion. Radiation fibrosis can also cause wounds to heal poorly. These symptoms are not always pronounced. For this reason, radiation fibrosis may be discovered accidentally during exams related to other issues.
- Q How does radiation fibrosis affect the body?
- Q Is there a link between the Chernobyl disaster and radiation fibrosis?
- Q Can radiation fibrosis be prevented?
- Q How do medications treat radiation fibrosis?
- Q Are there alternative treatments for radiation fibrosis?
- Q Could my cough be a side effect of radiation fibrosis?