A comparison of skeletal chord-length distributions in the adult male.

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In radiation protection, skeletal dose estimates are required for the tissues of the hematopoietically active bone marrow and the osteogenic cells of the trabecular and cortical endosteum. Similarly, skeletal radiation dose estimates are required in therapy nuclear medicine in order to develop dose-response functions for myelotoxicity where active bone… (More)

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@article{Shah2005ACO, title={A comparison of skeletal chord-length distributions in the adult male.}, author={Amish Shah and Didier Rajon and Derek W Jokisch and Phillip W. Patton and Wesley E. Bolch}, journal={Health physics}, year={2005}, volume={89 3}, pages={199-215} }