The pathologic effects of an instantaneous dose of radiation.

@article{Warren1946ThePE,
  title={The pathologic effects of an instantaneous dose of radiation.},
  author={Shields Warren},
  journal={Cancer research},
  year={1946},
  volume={6},
  pages={449-53}
}
The distinctive feature of the atomic bomb is the large amount of radiant energy that it produces. While this energy covers a wide range of the electromagnetic spectrum, its chief physiologic and pathologic effects may be divided into two groups: first, the effects of heat, producing primary thermal injury of the flash burn type, and secondary thermal… CONTINUE READING