radiation physics

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ra·di·a·tion phys·ics

the scientific discipline of the application of physics to the use of ionizing radiation in therapy and in diagnostic radiology; including, by extension, nuclear medicine applications, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance imaging.
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Minbiole, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 46,421-28 (1995).
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The author teaches mathematical radiation physics at the Karolinska Institute, Sweden.
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Training for all radiologists includes radiation biology, radiation physics, and radiation safety.
Acceptance Testing on behalf of the supplier by an expert medical radiation physics.
A team of experts, including from Lausanne University Hospital's Institute of Radiation Physics, opened Arafat's grave in the West Bank city of Ramallah last November, and took samples from his body to seek evidence of alleged poisoning.
Vice Chairman, Department of Radiation Oncology, Director, Radiation Physics at the Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia.
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The School's new MSc in Radiation Physics, delivered jointly with the School of Medicine, aims to address the growing need for specialists trained in the physical sciences.
He is an Editor of the journal Applied Radiation and Isotopes and serves as Vice President, North America, of the International Radiation Physics Society.

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