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НОВЫЕ ИСТОЧНИКИ МАЛЫХ ДОЗ РАДИАЦИИ: РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ РАЗВИТИЯ ДИАГНОСТИЧЕСКОЙ И ТЕРАПЕВТИЧЕСКОЙ РАДИОЛОГИИ

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Аннотация

Неоднозначность мнений об эффектах «малых» доз радиации является одной из ключевых проблем современной радиобиологии. Совершенствование медицинского оборудования, появление новых методов диагностики и лечения сопровождается ростом лучевых нагрузок на пациента и персонал. В настоящей статье приведен радиационно-гигиенический анализ современных методов лучевой диагностики и лучевой терапии, их дозиметрических характеристик и возможных последствий воздействия малых доз ионизирующего излучения, обусловленных медицинскими процедурами.

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Е. Я. Мозерова
ГБУЗ «Челябинский окружной клинический онкологический диспансер», Челябинск Челябинская Государственная медицинская академия Федерального агентства по здравоохранению и социальному развитию, Челябинск
Россия
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E-mail: katerina_mozerov@mail.ru


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Мозерова Е.Я. НОВЫЕ ИСТОЧНИКИ МАЛЫХ ДОЗ РАДИАЦИИ: РЕЗУЛЬТАТЫ РАЗВИТИЯ ДИАГНОСТИЧЕСКОЙ И ТЕРАПЕВТИЧЕСКОЙ РАДИОЛОГИИ. Радиационная гигиена. 2012;5(2):71-74.

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Mozerova E.Y. NEW SOURCES OF LOW DOSES OF RADIATION: RESULTS OF DEVELOPMENT OF DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC RADIOLOGY. Radiatsionnaya Gygiena = Radiation Hygiene. 2012;5(2):71-74. (In Russ.)

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