integral dose


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in·te·gral dose

the total energy absorbed by the body, the product of the mass of tissue irradiated and the absorbed dose; unit, the gram rad.

integral dose

[in′təgrəl]
Etymology: L, integrare, to make whole; Gk, dosis, giving
the total amount of energy absorbed by a patient or object during exposure to radiation. Also called volume dose.
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