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what are late effects of radiation based on
what are radiation protection guidelines based on
how must epidemiologic studies be conducted to study effects of low dose radiation
what effect was was caused by high doses in the early practices of radiology that caused callused, cracked and discolored skin on hands and forearms of radiologists
what type of stem cells are damaged by radiation
how long can effects be delayed in peripheral lymphocytes
what responses are damage to circulating lymphocytes early or late
low doses of radiation have been proven to cause what?
what can be caused as a late effect of irradiation of blood forming organs
what is used principally to produce radionuclides for used in nuclear medicine
what type of dose response are cataracts
What is the life shortening span for every rad
what is the life shortening span for radiation workers
formula for relative risk observed cases/expected cases
what is the theory of radiation hormesis
What is the only theory we practice
relative risk factor of 1 indicates what
relative risk factor of 1.5 indicates what frequency of late response is 50% higher in the irradiated population
who/what determines the absolute risk of radiation-induced malignant disease
what is stochastic
what type of responses are all radiation induced malignancy
how have radiation induced malignancy been observed
what type of dose response is leukemia
what groups have exhibited an elevated incidence of leukemia after radiation exposure
where have we accumulated the most info for radiation induced leukemia
How much greater was the leukemia incidences for Hiroshima and Nagasaki survivors
what is the latent period for radiation induced leukemia
what is the risk period for radiation induced leukemia 20 years
What year was the incidence of leukemia high in radiologist and why 1940; no protection and received doses over 100 rad per year
Skin cancer has what type of dose response threshold
What is the BEIR Biological effects of Ionizing Radiation
What effect does chronic low doses have on fertility
the most radiosensitive period in pregnancy
what period is of the least concern in pregnancy first 2 weeks
cancer is what type of effect of radiation exposure
what is the risk for skin cancer
what is the latent period for skin cancer
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