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Cellular basis and aetiology of late somatic effects of ionization radiation.

by R. J. C. Harris

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Published by Academic Press in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radiation -- Physiological effect -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementA symposium held in London, 27-30 March, 1962 under the auspices of UNESCO and IAEA.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsUnesco., International Atomic Energy Agency.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH652.A2 H3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 359 p.
    Number of Pages359
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23285288M
    LC Control Number63012815

    Ionizing Radiation (Molecular & Cellular Effects) Ch.7 study guide by SFH includes 68 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, . Interactions of Radiation with Cellular Constituents Gamma rays or x-rays interact with atoms in the cell by the photoelectric effect, Compton scattering, or pair production. In human tissue, Compton scattering is the most 44 likely interaction. In these interactions the gamma-ray or x-ray transfers energy to an electron which then travels.

    Biological Effects of radiation •Molecular •Cellular •Deterministic •Tissue and organ •Acute whole body irradiation •Also known as late effects •Years after exposure •Low doses (effects •Somatic cells –May cause cancer induction. Start studying Somatic late radiation effects. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. estimation of the effect of late radiation effects on a population without specific knowledge of the dose. ____dose of radiaiton to a germ cell results in some genetic effect.

    Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. CHAPTER VII SOMATIC EFFECTS OF IONIZING RADIATION Summary and Conclusions I: Introduction 85 II. Some Principles Underlying Induction of Somatic Effects 85 III. Cancer Incidence and Radiation Dose 86 FV. SOMATIC CELL EFFECTS delayed somatic effects of ionizing radiation result from somatic mutations and accumulated damage, and include impaired circulation, necrosis, fibrosis of skin and muscle tissue, loss of hair, loss of taste, impaired bone growth, susceptibility to disease, immunodefi-ciency, aplastic anemia, cataracts, and increased inci-.


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Cellular Basis And Aetiology Of Late Somatic Effects Of Ionization Radiation. [R J C Harris; Unesco.; International Atomic Energy Agency.]. Cellular basis and aetiology of late somatic effects of ionizing radiation. London, New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Harris, R.J.C.

(Robert John Cecil), Cellular basis and aetiology of late somatic effects of ionizing radiation. London, New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Cellular basis and aetiology of late somatic effects of ionizing radiation.

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and Unesco. Topics: Congresses, Physiological effect, Radiation. pimarily brought about by cell death. Late (delayed effects) can be deterministic or stochastic. Deterministic late effects involve the death of slowly dividing 24 yg cells, e.g. those in the liver.

The U.S. regulatory agencies prevent deterministic effects for workers by restricting the annual dose equivalent to a single tissue to 50 rem.

• The genes involved in radiation effects halt cells in G2, so that an inventory of chromosome damage can be taken, and repair initiated and completed, before the mitosis is attempted • Cells that lack checkpoint genes are sensitive to radiation-induced cell killing, and carcinogenesis Mechanisms of cell death after irradiation.

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Cellular Basis and Aetiology of Late Somatic Effects of Ionization Radiation Author: R J C Harris, Unesco Unesco, International Atomic Energy Agency (Creator). Radiation can damage living tissue by changing cell structure and damaging DNA. The amount of damage depends upon the type of radiation, its energy and the total amount of radiation absorbed.

Also, some cells are more sensitive to radiation. Because damage is at the cellular level, the effect from small or even moderate exposure may not be. LATE DEGENERATION IN RABBIT TISSUES AFTER IRRADIATION BY HEAVY IONS J. Lett, A. Cox, P. Keng, A. L e e, C. S u and D.

Bergtold Department of Radiology and Radiation Biology, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, ColoradoUSA ABSTRACT Inusing the rabbit as a model, we began long-term experiments designed to help in the evaluation of the. Stochastic effects of ionizing radiation occur by chance, generally occurring without a threshold level of dose.

Probability of occurrence of stochastic effects is proportional to the dose but the severity of the effect is independent of the dose received. The biological effects of radiation on people can be grouped into somatic and hereditary effects.

Introduction. R adiation is a phenomenon present in our daily lives, originating from natural and manmade sources. Living organisms are profoundly affected by radiation-induced cellular damage, threatening healthy and diseased tissues alike.

In humans, there is a wide range of response to radiation, which is determined by parameters including the radiation source, radiation dosage. Radiation sickness is a complex of pathological changes in the organism, caused by the effect of large doses of ionizing radiation.

The character of the disease depends on the penetrability of the radiation, ionising density, type of exposure, time factor, etc.

Damage to different organ systems depends on the dose and radio sensitivity of the cells/tissue. Cottier, H., B. Roos, and S. Barandun: Effects of ionizing radiation on cellular components: Electron microscopic observations.

In Cellular Basis and Aetiology of Late Somatic Effects of Ionizing Radiation,Ed. Harris. In Cellular Basis and Aetiology of Late Somatic Effects of Ionizing Radiation,Ed.

Harris. The biological effects of ionizing radiation are determined by both the radiation dose and the radiation quality ionization density.

To understand the radiation protection concerns associated with different types of ionizing radiation, knowledge of both the extent of exposure and consequent macroscopic dose absorbed – gray value, as well as the microscopic dose distribution of the radiation.

Late-onset effects of exposure to ionising radiation on the human body have been identified by long-term, large-scale epidemiological studies.

The cohort study of Japanese survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (the Life Span Study) is thought to be the most reliable source of information about these health effects because of the size of the cohort, the exposure of a.

4. Biological Effects on Radiation • Biological effects of ionizing radiation divided into 2 major categories: A) Deterministic effects: the effects in which the severity of response is proportional to the dose. These effects, usually cell killing. Health effects of radiation (acute and late effects) Hideo Tatsuzaki, M.D., Ph.D.

Human Effects of Radiation Somatic effects Cataract Deterministic effects Stochastic DNA damage by radiation (sensitivity is depending on cell type) Energy (2nd deg burn).