Gonad Doses and Genetically Significant Dose from Diagnostic Radiology U.S., 1964 and 1970
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Food and Drug Administration, Bureau of Radiological Health, 1976 - Radiology, Medical - 62 pages
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absorbed dose age interval annual Genetically Significant anthropometric characteristics AP projection attenuation BJR data bottom edge Bureau of Radiological central ray cm below bottom collimated beam Diagnostic Radiology distance dose received dosimetry edge of field Equation estimates of gonad examination rates examination types examinations of type expected number exposure free-in-air females field location fluoroscopic followup fraction of future free-in-air at tabletop future child expectancy Genetically Significant Dose gonad exposure GSD contribution half-value layers Ionizing Radiation magnitude of x-ray male contribution mean gonad dose medical radiographic examinations millirads mrads number and rate number of examinations number of future oblique projections Ovarian doses calculated ovary plane population exposure Radiological Health reported scatter/primary ratios scattered radiation Significant Dose GSD standard error subject 16 table D-4 technique testicular doses total filtration type of examination U.S. population values X-Ray Exposure Study X-Ray Visits XES dose model XES estimates