treatment field (treet-mĕnt) n. (in radiotherapy) an area of the body selected for treatment with radiotherapy. Radiation is administered to the field by focusing the beam of particles emitted by the radiotherapy machine and shielding the surrounding area of the body. mantle f. the neck, armpits, and central chest.
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