By Alessandro Rindi (auth.), Ralph H. Thomas, Victor Perez-Mendez (eds.)
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Paretzke, in his lecture on IILate Effects of Low Doses and Dose Rates ll15 and Silini on liThe Estimation of Radiation Risk in Man ll16 will address some of these issues. The third basic assumption of radiation protection which may be challenged during this course is Loo-Q relationship. This relationship is now some twenty years 01d,71 and some redifinition is perhaps overdue. There have been recent challenges of the basic concept of this relationship. Mole has suggested that lIa question for the future is whether a single value of Q for a given quality of radiation can continue to be used in radiological protection, regardless of the particular tissues exposed and the nature of the biological effects which is to be minimized.
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Advances in Radiation Protection and Dosimetry in Medicine by Alessandro Rindi (auth.), Ralph H. Thomas, Victor Perez-Mendez (eds.)