Measurements of clinically significant doses of ionizing radiation using non-invasive in vivo EPR spectroscopy of teeth in situ.

@article{Swartz2005MeasurementsOC,
  title={Measurements of clinically significant doses of ionizing radiation using non-invasive in vivo EPR spectroscopy of teeth in situ.},
  author={Harold M. Swartz and Akinori Iwasaki and Tadeusz Walczak and Eugene Demidenko and Ildar Salikov and Piotr Lesniewski and Piotr M. Starewicz and David A Schauer and A. Romanyukha},
  journal={Applied radiation and isotopes : including data, instrumentation and methods for use in agriculture, industry and medicine},
  year={2005},
  volume={62 2},
  pages={293-9}
}
There are plausible circumstances in which populations potentially have been exposed to doses of ionizing radiation that could cause direct clinical effects within days or weeks, but there is no clear knowledge as to the magnitude of the exposure to individuals. In vivo EPR is a method, perhaps the only such method that can differentiate among doses sufficiently to classify individuals into categories for treatment with sufficient accuracy to facilitate decisions on medical treatment… CONTINUE READING
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