Indications 2018-06-29T11:27:17+08:00


As superficial radiation therapy makes its way into more medical practices, there will be an increased need for wider knowledge.

Radiation physicists play an important role in both determining the dose of radiation delivered and the implementation of safety measures for staff and patients.

The body constantly makes new cells to help us grow, to replace worn-out tissue and heal injuries.
Sometimes cells don’t grow, divide and die in the usual way. This may cause blood or lymph fluid to become abnormal, or form a lump called a tumour. A tumour can be benign or malignant.

The use of X-ray is unrivalled particularly in skin tumours and their precursors. Softray has revolutionised radiotherapy with high tech machines delivering high dose and low dose therapy, with computerised systems that allow practitioners to record their findings and share with experts in Switzerland.

Radiotherapy is also effective for the reduction of tissue inflammation for pain relief .
It is proven that at proper dosage it supports the immune system and accelerates the healing process.

Unlike other therapeutic methods, radiotherapy is physically very gentle and painless for the patient, the benefits are also long term and risk free.

Medical Indications for x-ray therapy systems T-60 / T-200



01.01. Painful degenerative-inflammatory benign diseases
Periarthritis humeroscapularis (shoulder joint , shoulder - arm – syndrome)
Epicondylitis humeri (elbow joint, tennis elbow)
Tendinitis, painful inflammation
Arthrosis deformans
  • Omarthrose (shoulder joint)
  • Coxarthrose (hip joint)
  • Gonarthrose (knee joint)
Degenerative diseases of the spine
  • Chondrose (narrowing of the intervertebral space)
  • Spondylosis deformans
  • Osteochondrose
  • Spondylarthrose
Achillodynie (heel spur)
Myositis ossificans (Muscle Tissue Inflammation)
Herpes zoster (shingles, chronic pain)
01.02. Dermatological non-malignant diseases
Psoriasis (other treatments finished)
Itching dermatoses, chronic eczema, Psoriasis, benign growths (haemangioma)
01.03. Acute inflammations
Hidradenitis axillaris ( acute, chronic abscessus of the sweat gland )
Furuncles in the face
01.04. Hypertrophic processes
Keloid scars (small, younger 6 months)
Prophylaxis against keloids (immediately after the operation)
Morbus Ledderhose (plantar fibromatosis = hardening of the sole of the foot)
Dupuytren's contracture
Morbus Peyronie
Prophylaxis against gynaecomastia
Haemangiomas on the body surface
Prophylaxis against pterigyum (fleshy tissue) of the conjunctiva
01.05. Curative irradiation treatment
Basalioma and spinalioma, ("light skin cancer")
Precancerosesof the skin (Bowens disease, Erythroplasie, Mb. Paget)
Basal cell carcinoma (basalioma) Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  • Spinocellular carcinoma
  • Cutaneous T cell lymphoma (Mycosis fungoides)
  • Cutaneous B cell lymphoma
  • Merkel cell carcinoma
  • Lentigo melanoma
  • Kaposi's Sarcoma
01.06. Palliative treatment options
Skin and soft tissues metastases
superficial local recurrences
painful bone metastases

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