radiologic exposure

ra·di·o·log·ic ex·po·sure

(rā-dō-ō-loj'ĭk eks-pō'zhŭr)
Measurement of ionization produced in air by x-radiation.
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It should be noted that these are all adult onset diseases; 8) Critical areas of expertise that are required of applicants include developmental biology/toxicology, disease pathophysiology and gene expression profiling, including data analysis and interpretation of global gene expression alterations; 9) The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is interested in funding research aimed at understanding the effects of biological, chemical, and radiologic exposures in utero that cause permanent functional changes that result in increased susceptibility to cancer in adult life.