By Isadore Meschan
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There is also a high probability of direct gene mutation. Apart from the genetic aberrations, the embryo itselfis prob ably in a most sensitive stage in respect to radiation and will be profoundly affected by radiation at any stage of its development. If the embryo is irradiated the reactions induced will depend upon those organ systems which happen to be in a high stage of dif ferentiation at the time. This in turn will determine the kind of abnormality which ultimately could be manifest. In mammals, ir radiation of a developing embryo before it becomes implanted in the uterus often results in the death of the embryo.
Ships. Concepts of "safe," "acceptable," and "tolerance" doees. The dift'erentiation of those occupationally expoeed from those in an "uncontrolled" population. Protection of the patient from excessive exposure to ioniz ing radiation. Representative radiation doses to patients in the various diagnostic examinations. i� grapher). logy. In diagnostic radiology, at least 2 to 4 mm. of aluminum are ordinarily added as filtration at the open diaphragm of the tube to produce an optimum quality of radiation.
For example, if only one leg is thoroughly shielded, the chance of survival is markedly increased; and of course, irradiation of only a small part of the body has far less dramatic effects. 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.
An Atlas of Anatomy Basic to Radiology by Isadore Meschan