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Fundamentals of radiation physics and radioactivity Production of x-rays Interaction of x-rays and gamma rays with matter The image receptor The radiological image Radiation measurement and doses toExpand
Radiation risks in interventional radiology.
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  • Medicine
  • The British journal of radiology
  • 2008
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A meeting on "Radiation Protection in Interventional Radiology" held at the British Institute of Radiology on 28 March 2007 is used as a template to discuss recent progress in this area, some current problems and plans for the future. Expand
Radiotherapy for glioma during pregnancy: fetal dose estimates, risk assessment and clinical management.
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Cancer in pregnancy is relatively uncommon, but constitutes a major problem and careful choice of linear accelerator for the treatment of a pregnant woman and the use of additional shielding is valuable, as this can dramatically affect fetal dose. Expand
Diagnosis of deep vein thrombosis using autologous indium-III-labelled platelets.
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The accumulation of indium-111 at sites corresponding to those at which venous thrombi have been shown phlebographically indicates that this radioisotopic technique is a useful addition to methods already available for the detection of deep vein thrombosis. Expand
Guidelines on gamma irradiation of blood components for the prevention of transfusion‐associated graft‐versus‐host disease
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Prepared by the BCSH Blood Transfusion Task Force (Chairman): D. Williamson (Convener), T. Voak. Expand
DISTURBANCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL COLONIES FOLLOWING THE IRRADIATION OF DIFFERENT PARTS OF SINGLE CELLS IN TISSUE CULTURE WITH A HETEROCHROMATIC MICROBEAM OF ULTRAVIOLET LIGHT
Various sites in mouse L cells have been irradiated using an heterochromatic ultraviolet microbeam 3.5 μ in diameter, and the subsequent growth of the cells has been studied for 5–7 days afterExpand
Studies of the cavitational effects of clinical ultrasound by sonoluminescence: 2. Thresholds for sonoluminescence from a therapeutic ultrasound beam and the effect of temperature and duty cycle
For pt.1 see ibid., vol.33, no.11, p.1239-48 (1988). Sonoluminescence, produced when a therapeutic ultrasound generator operating at 1 MHz was used to insonate a tank of water, was detected using aExpand
Studies of the cavitational effects of clinical ultrasound by sonoluminescence: 4. The effect of therapeutic ultrasound on cells in monolayer culture in a standing wave field.
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The effect of therapeutic ultrasound on growth of mouse tumour cells in monolayer culture when the cells are insonated either at a pressure antinode or at apressure node in a standing wave ultrasound field that is known to produce strong bands of SL at the Pressure antinodes is reported. Expand
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