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The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man

The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man

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Published by Williams & Wilkins in [Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radiation workers -- Health and hygiene,
  • Radiation injuries,
  • Radiation carcinogenesis,
  • Radioactive substances -- Physiological effect

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJoseph C. Aub, Robley D. Evans, Louis Hempelmann, and Harrison S. Martland.
    SeriesMedicine -- Vol. 31, no. 3.
    ContributionsAub, Joseph C. 1890-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 221-329 :
    Number of Pages329
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17615977M
    OCLC/WorldCa36978796

    radioactive decay. Gamma rays are a radiation hazard for the entire body. They can easily penetrate barriers, such as skin and clothing that can stop alpha and beta particles. Gamma. rays have so much penetrating power that several inches of a dense material like lead or even a few feet of concrete may be required to stop them. Gamma rays can pass. Late effects (twenty-five to forty years) of the early medical and industrial use of radioactive materials, Part 1 Looney WB Protection of radium dial workers and radiologists from injury by radium.

    Late Effects (Delayed Effects) Delayed effects are usually considered to be those effects that appear more than 2 months (in many cases, years) after the exposure. Depending upon the effect they can be produced by 8. Depending upon the effect, they can be produced by acute or chronic exposures. One type of delayed effect is considered possible even. The basic objectives of radiation protection are to prevent the occurrence of acute effects and to limit the probabilities of occurrence of late somatic and genetic effects. The first of these objectives is easily met since acute effects occur only with exposure to large doses of radioactive material .

    The Late Effects of Internally-Deposited Radioactive Materials in Man, Medicine Jones, H. B.: The Nature of Radioactive Fall-Out and Its Effects on Man: Testimony in Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Radiation of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, 85th Congress, First Session, May June 7, , Vol. 2, p. Abstract. Young adult beagles were injected with a single injection of graded doses of Ra, Pu and Am and were followed throughout their lifespan. Bone sarcoma was the principal radiation-induced endpoint and the risk associated with average skeletal doses of Pu and Am (relative to Ra = 1) were Pu = 19 and Am = 5.


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The Late Effects of Internally Deposited Radioactive Materials in ManAuthor: and Harrison S. Aub, Joseph C. and Robley D. Evans, Louis H. Hempelmann. Looney, W. B.: Late effects (twenty five to forty years) of the early medical and industrial use of radioactive materials.

Their relation to the more accurate establishment of maximum permissible amounts of radioactive elements in the body, Part III.

Bone Jt. Surg. 38 A, (b).Cited by: 3. The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man. Coronavirus: The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man. AUB JC, EVANS RD, HEMPELMANN LH, MARTLAND HS.

Medicine, 01 Sep31(3): DOI: / Cited by: Studies of the genetic effects of radiation using drosophila, however, refocused attention on effects transmitted to the exposed individuals offspring and concern over fallout in the 's resulted in efforts to estimate the genetic effects from exposure of human populations to internally deposited.

The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man. Medicine (Baltimore) Sep; 31 (3)– LOONEY WB, HASTERLIK RJ, BRUES AM, SKIRMONT E.

A clinical investigation of the chronic effects of radium salts administered therapeutically; Am J Author: A. Brues, I. Kirsh. AUB JC, EVANS RD, HEMPELMANN LH, MARTLAND HS. The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man. Medicine (Baltimore) Sep; 31 (3)– MARINELLI LD.

Radioactivity and the human skeleton. Am J Roentgenol Radium Ther Nucl Med. Nov; 80 (5)– WALTON A, KOLOGRIVOV R, KULP JL. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 8, () Late Radiation Effects: Status and Needs of Epidemiologic Research' ROBERT W.

MILLER2 Epidemiology Branch, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland Received March 1, Review of epidemiologic studies of radiation effects in man reveals that they have been based primarily on exposure to the atomic.

Chapter VI - Internally deposited radioactive material: (Internal contamination) Pages Select Chapter VII - The late effects of irradiation or he may merely be the nearest medical man available; but whichever it is, he will require knowledge which does not appear in standard textbooks.

and the possible late effects of such injury. Looney W.B. Late effects (twenty-five to forty years) of the early medical and industrial use of radioactive materials.

Their relation to the more accurate establishment of maximum permissible amounts of radioactive elements in the body. Part I. Bone. Revised April PC/,Introduction The papers of Harrison Stanford Martland, MD date from towith bulk dates from the s to the late s.

The records total approximately 3 linear feet. They form Personal Collection PC/1 in the Special Collections' Bergen University Archives. The records are open for research without restriction under the. The experimental animal data was carefully reviewed in the late 's and showed that large concentrations of internally deposited radioactive materials, which resulted in large absorbed.

AUB JC, EVANS RD, HEMPELMANN LH, MARTLAND HS. The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man. Medicine (Baltimore) Sep; 31 (3)– [LOONEY WB. Three excellent reviews of the late effects of internally deposited radioactive materials have shown the radiographic findings in bone from this form of irradiation//.

Some comparisons can be made with other alpha particle emitters where the deposition is not in compact bone and where bone changes have not been reported/25/. Aub, J. C., Evans, R. D., Hempelmann, L. H., and Martland, H. S.,The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man.

AUB JC, EVANS RD, HEMPELMANN LH, MARTLAND HS. The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man. Medicine (Baltimore) Sep; 31 (3)– BAKER HD, DAVSON J, PAGET GE.

Haemangio-endothelioma (Kupffer-cell sarcoma) of the liver. J Pathol Bacteriol. Jul; 72 (1)– CADE S. Radiation induced cancer in man. AUB, J.C., EVANS, R.D., HEMPELMANN, L.H., MARTLAND, H.: The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man.

Medic – () PubMed. The late effects of internally-deposited radioactive materials in man. Medicine (Baltimore) Sep; 31 (3)– LOONEY WB, HASTERLIK RJ, BRUES AM, SKIRMONT E. A clinical investigation of the chronic effects of radium salts administered therapeutically; Am J.

Chapter III Effects of Radiation on the Body and Radiation Protection Chapter IV The Acute Radiation Syndrome Chapter V Radiation and the Skin Chapter VI Internally Deposited Radioactive Material (Internal Contamination) Chapter VII The Late Effects of Irradiation Chapter VIII Contamination and Decontamination Chapter IX First Aid, Rescue and.

How Radioactive Materials Are Used Radioactive materials are used in producing many of the products we use every day: plastic wrap, radial tires, coffee filters, and smoke detectors. Many medical facilities contain radioactive hazards (medical isotopes are use for diagnosis and treatment of.

Dental resorptions as a delayed effect of Thorium X (22A Ra) were observed in four patients, The radiographic findings showed distinct and representative ntly, the observed changes are typical for delayed alterations related to Ra-specific disturbances in the alveolar process.

Degenerative and inflammatory reactions may also be involved in the pathogenesis. No human populations have been identified with burdens of internally deposited radioactive materialsmore» As a result, the research approach has been one in which macromolecular, cellular, and whole animal genetic studies have been combined to estimate genetic effects on humans following the deposition of radioactive materials in the body.Radioactive materials are among the many kinds of hazardous substances emergency responders might have to deal with in a transportation accident.

Because strict packaging requirements are used in the shipment of radioactive materials, accidental spills or releases of these substances seldom occur.Radioactive materials have many uses in industrial societies.

They may be used in medical procedures, radioisotopes, in which case they emit low energies and are in low concentrations. Other radioactive materials, especially alpha emitters, may be used for very short-range ionization, as in the Americium that is used in smoke detectors.