Lyudmila Mikryukova

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The aim of the present study was to analyze the mortality from circulatory diseases for about 30,000 members of the Techa River cohort over the period 1950-2003, and to investigate how these rates depend on radiation doses. This population received both external and internal exposures from (90)Sr, (89)Sr, (137)Cs, and other uranium fission products as a(More)
The lack of appropriate knowledge and expertise in managing radioactive waste during the first years of the operation of the Mayak Production Association (PA) for processing weapon plutonium placed in service late in the 1940s led to massive releases of radioactive waste into the Techa-Isset-Tobol-Irtysh-Ob river system. Since 1955 the staff of the Urals(More)
The present study is based on a retrospective analysis of archive data of the Clinical Department of the Urals Research Center for Radiation Medicine that has been established to examine and treat accidentally exposed residents of the Urals Region. All individuals included in this study were examined by an ophthalmologist. The study of cataract incidence(More)
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