An Atlas of Anatomy Basic to Radiology by Isadore Meschan

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Preston, C. , and Haggith, J. : Thorotrast retention following angiography: A case with postmortem studies. Clin. Radiol . , 13:157-162, 1962. March, H. : Leukemia in radiologists in a twenty year period. Amer. J. Med. , 220:282-286, 1950. March, H. : Leukemia in radiologists, ten years later. Amer. J. Med. , 242 : 137-149, 1961. Medical Research Council: Hazards to man of nuclear and allied radiation. Command Paper 9780. London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1956. : A common sense approach to the problem of the hazards of radiation fall-out and diag­ nostic radiology.

Image intensifiers should be employed in fluoroscopy (Fig. 2-7). 10. Hand fluoroscopes should never be employed. Figure 2-5. Olher radial ion protection factors. N � t 1 4 Infant Figure 2-4. Designs of lead gonad shields useful in radiography. These should be 'I, inch thick lead (or equivalent). "s gonads whenever such exposure is nol required as part of the diagnostic lest. I Bucky lroy 1101 T 3 2 Distonc� Figure 2-3. � I 0 - -- MA and K V selection, me tering, ond time conlrol Figure 2-6. Diagram of x-ray control panel to emphasize control of physical factors in radiation protection.

In therapeutic radiology, it is not uncommon to administer 5000 to 6000 rads over a period of 5 to 6 weeks to a given small area of the body in treatment of a malignant tumor, with only moderate or negligible systemic effects. Organ, Tissue, and Cellular Effects Radiation Effects on Cells. These effects may be sum­ marized for present purposes as follows: 1. Radiation suppresses the ability of cells to multiply and reproduce themselves. 2. Cells are most sensitive to radiation just before DNA syn· thesis is well established in their reproductive cycle.

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