Post-radiation telangiectasia

Atypical dilation of capillaries, or formation of new ones, in response to radiation. These are typically seen in the [intlink id=”288″ type=”post”]laryngopharynx[/intlink] after radiation and are a benign but sometimes impressive-looking tissue change. Often, post-radiation telangiectasia does not appear until a year or more following the end of the course of radiation.

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