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Two thermal methods to measure the energy fluence of a brief exposure of diagnostic x rays
This paper describes two simple thermal methods for measuring the energy fluence in J/cm 2 from a diagnostic x-ray exposure. Both detectors absorb essentially 100% of the radiation and give a signal that is directly ...
Human genetic studies in areas of high natural radiation. IX. Effects on mortality, morbidity and sex ratio
(Williams & Wilkins, 1978-01-01)
EFFECTS OF NATURAL ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION EXPOSURE IN INLAND WATER ECOSYSTEMS OF CHILEAN PATAGONIA
(NOVA SCIENCE PUBLISHERS. INC, 2010)
Gene Expression Profiles in Radiation Workers Occupationally Exposed to Ionizing Radiation
(JAPAN RADIATION RESEARCH SOC, 2009)
Ionizing radiation OR) imposes risks to human health and the environment. IR at low doses and low (lose rates has the potency to initiate carcinogenesis. Genotoxic environmental agents such as IR trigger a cascade of signal ...
Kras oncogene analysis of non-melanoma skin tumors in Southeastern Brazil
Skin cancers are the most common human malignant neoplasia and their incidence is growing, chiefly in tropical countries. There is evidence that ultraviolet (UV) radiation present in sunlight is important for genetic damage. ...
Comparative test of radiological exposure between femoral and radial techniques, development of a protective device and clinical trial design
Background Interventional procedures via radial technique have progressively increased due to improved patient comfort, lower complication rates and reduced mortality in some scenarios. One area of interest is radiation ...