Neurobehavioral and cognitive performances of children exposed to low-dose radiation in the Chernobyl accident: the Israeli Chernobyl Health Effects Study.

@article{Joseph2004NeurobehavioralAC,
  title={Neurobehavioral and cognitive performances of children exposed to low-dose radiation in the Chernobyl accident: the Israeli Chernobyl Health Effects Study.},
  author={N Bar Joseph and Daniel Reisfeld and Emmanuel Tirosh and Zmira Silman and Gadi Rennert},
  journal={American journal of epidemiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={160 5},
  pages={453-9}
}
Exposure to low levels of ionizing radiation after the Chernobyl accident in the Ukraine could potentially have influenced the neurobehavioral and cognitive performances of exposed children. A cohort study of adolescents who were children at the time of the accident and who subsequently emigrated to Israel was conducted in 1998-2001. A total of 1,629 children (59% of all 2,769 invited) were included in the study (41% from higher contamination areas, 25% from lower contamination areas, 34% from… CONTINUE READING
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