accumulated dose

accumulated dose

[ə′kyü·myə‚lād·əd ′dōs]
(physiology)
The total amount of radiation absorbed by an organism as a result of exposure to radiation.
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131]I accumulated dose, and chest radiography findings; and clinical status for the analysis of distant metastases via noninvasive radiological and nuclear medical studies, external radiotherapy site and dose, treatment outcomes, SPM diagnosis date and histopathology, causes of death, and survival status were recorded.
Example for BERS output--24-hour forecast for two accumulated dose fields, created by a simulative release from NPP "Kozloduy" (the asterix).
We included moderate to severe cases of acne, we did not follow the criteria of total accumulated dose schedule of 120 mg/kg as followed in other studies carried for the more severe forms of acne.
In terms of accumulated dose, it's like getting a whole-body CT scan once every five or six days," said Cary Zeitlin, a principal scientist at the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio and lead author of the paper on the findings.
5 keV X-rays produced by the decay of iodine-125, yielding an accumulated dose of 105 mGy.
The accumulated dose to the orthopaedic surgeon over a period of 2 months could provide an estimation of the dose he may receive over 12 months.
During both exposure level and time-based testing, the radiometer should show irradiance, test time remaining and accumulated dose levels.
The accumulated dose of budesonide was not significantly associated with intraocular pressure, Dr.
We view with alarm the actions of the HPCSA against the background of the growing concerns of an alerted world towards a radiation health issue that has two disconcerting components: (i) the startling increase in radiation-induced cancers in the young, and (ii) the effect and final outcome of accumulated dose on the human genetic pool.
Dependence of accumulated dose in ESR dating on microwave power: a contra-indication to the routine use of low power levels.
Even more importantly, a second underlying assumption is that the effects of accumulated dose are linear and that there is no threshold--a lot of little doses accumulated over time is as bad as one large dose received all at once.
For frequent flyers and aircrew the accumulated dose could be significant.
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