Ocular Radiation Risk Assessment in Populations Exposed to Environmental Radiation Contamination
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Ocular Radiation Risk Assessment in Populations Exposed to Environmental Radiation Contamination

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The global medical and scientific communities need to standardize methodologies and agree on minimum criteria to permit inter-study comparisons. This book develops such standards, presenting a series of recommendations that represent the first codification of the manner in which studies should be executed.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 225 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 16mm | 1,160g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1998 ed.
  • 24 Illustrations, black and white; XVII, 225 p. 24 illus.
  • 0792353102
  • 9780792353102

Table of contents

Preface. Organization. List of Participants. 1: Ophthalmology. The Ukrainian/American Chernobyl Ocular Study; B.V. Worgul, et al. Cataractous Changes Related to Radiation and Aging among the Atomic Bomb Survivors in Hiroshima; T. Kodama, et al. Quantification of Lens Opacities with Digital Scheimpflug Imaging; M. Froemel, et al. A Control Group for Radiation Induced Lens Opacities Using an Electronic Scheimpflug System; M. Froemel, et al. Posterior Subcapsular Cataract and Dry Eye Syndrome after Radiation Exposure by the Chernobyl Accident; A.K. Junk, et al. The Incidence of Eye Disorders among Chernobyl Clean-Up Workers; A.A. Eglite, et al. Radiation Cataracts in High Dose Liquidators Who Developed Acute Radiation Syndrome; V.G. Bebeshko, et al. Ophthalmo-Pathology in Victims of the Chernobyl Catastrophy - Results of Clinical Epidemiological Study; V. Buzunov, P. Fedirko. Condition of Eye and Parameters of Free Radical Processes in Organism in the Liquidators after the Chernobyl Accident; S.V. Sosnovsky, et al. Physical and Chemical Changes in Murine Lensat Early Stage of Cataract Development Induced by Total Gamma-Irradiation; A.I. Deyev, et al. 2: Dosimetry. Overview on Existing Approaches to Dose Reconstruction - Recommendations for the Ukrainian-American Chernobyl Ocular Study (UACOS); L.R. Anspaugh. Physical and Radiobiological Considerations in Eye Dosimetry; M.W. Charles. Dosimetry, Dose Reconstruction and Epidemiology: Lessons from Radpath, Radtest and Related Studies; L.J. Appleby, et al. Methodologies - Strengths and Weaknesses: A View on the Dosimetric Support for the Chernobyl Liquidator Eye Cataract Study; V.V. Chumak. Estimation of Environmental Burdens by Radiation: Radiological Units: From Gray to Sievert; C. Baumstark-Khan. In vitro Biocompatibility Testing of Intraocular Biomaterials; S.P. Denyer, et al. X-Ray Sensitivity and DNA Damage in Bovine Lens Epithelial Cells in Vitro; C. Baumstark-Khan, et al. Induction and Repair of DNA Strand Breaks in Bovine Lens Epithelial Cells after High Let Irradiation; C. Baumstark-Khan, et al. Laser Scanning Focal Length Variability Is a Measure of Damage in Rat Lens in Model Astronaut Cataracts Treated with Vitamin E (VE) or R- -Lipoic Acid; V. Bantseev, et al. 3: Epidemiology. Overview of the Epidemiology of Radiation Cataracts; R.E. Shore, B.V. Worgul. Prevalence of Lens Opacity in Population with Chronic Low-Dose Gamma-Radiation Exposure from Radioactive Apartments in Taiwan; T.Y. Wang, et al. The Experiences of Surveys for an Epidemiological Database of Different Occupational Groups of Rural Workersin Ukraine; P. Vitte, Y. Kundiev. 4: Final Recommendations of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on `Ocular Radiation Risk Assessment in Populations Exposed to Environmental Radiation Contamination', Kiev 1997. Subject Index. Authors' Index.
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