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Podosophia

, Volume 26, Issue 4, pp 140–145 | Cite as

Voetproblematiek bij een oncologisch behandeltraject

De rol van de podotherapeut bij de oncologische voet
  • Petra Renders
  • Donja Lansink
Oncologie
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Samenvatting

Het aantal mensen met kanker neemt toe en dit betekent dat ook binnen de podotherapeutische praktijk deze patiëntencategorie vaker wordt gezien. De incidentie van bijwerkingen als een hand-voetsyndroom of een hand-voet-huidreactie hangt bij deze patiënten nauw samen met de middelen die gebruikt worden en de dosering van deze middelen binnen het oncologische behandeltraject. Maar wat moet je hier als podotherapeut over weten?

Trefwoorden

oncologie hand-voetsyndroom hand-voet-huidreactie 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Podotherapie AstenAstenNederland
  2. 2.PodiaxOldenzaalNederland

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