radiation toxicity

radiation toxicity

the degree of virulence of a given exposure or dose of ionizing radiation. Also called radiotoxicity.
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Hematological toxicity: HT was graded according to the Radiation Therapy Oncology Group's acute radiation toxicity scoring criteria.
Excess of free radicals and oxidative damage has been reported to be one of the mechanisms underlying radiation toxicity (Panganiban et al.
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We have identified a simple, non-toxic pill that decreases radiation toxicity even when given after radiation exposure.
This significantly reduces the radiation toxicity to the surrounding healthy tissue.
One way to minimize radiation toxicity is to use three-dimensional conformal radiation or intensity-modulated radiation therapy.
But last night, University College Hospital said Scaramella was "well" and showing no signs of radiation toxicity.
Tests showed that despite having traces of polonium 210 in his system there was no evidence of radiation toxicity, London's University College Hospital confirmed.
Preliminary tests so far show no evidence of radiation toxicity.

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