Cover: Some Effects of Radiation on Man.

Some Effects of Radiation on Man.

Published 1961

by Howard Laitin

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A review of certain aspects of radiation and of its effects on man. Such topics are discussed as: (1) the effects of radiation at the cellular level; (2) the somatic or total body effects resulting from injury at the biochemical and cellular level, with emphasis on the early effects of whole body exposure to penetrating ionizing radiation; and (3) recovery and long-term effects.

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