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Books on Radiation Biology, a subdiscipline in biology that studies the effects of radiation on biological molecules, cells, tissues, and whole organisms
Mechanisms in Radiobiology by M. Errera & A. ForssbergMechanisms in Radiobiology by M. Errera & A. Forssberg
Mosby's Radiographic Instructional Series: Radiobiology & Radiation Protection Study GuideThe instructional part of the program was designed and developed with the lecture setting in mind.
Primer Of Medical Radiobiology by E.L.T. TravisBasic textbook for radiologic technologists.
Practical Radiation Protection and Applied RadiobiologyThe latest edition of this text presents both theory and clinical practice of radiation protection and radiobiology -- from X-ray production and nuclear medicine to radiation therapy.
Basic Clinical Radiobiology by G.G. SteelThe fully updated 3rd edition of this book continues to discuss the basis of radiation therapy and presents the principles and significant scientific developments that underlie current attempts to improve the reaiodtherapeutic management of all cancers.
Essentials of Radiation Biology and Protection by S. ForshierRadiology students, graduate radiographers, radiology residents and practicing radiologists alike will benefit from the wealth of information to be found in Radiation Biology and Protection.
Physics and Radiobiology of Nuclear Medicine by G.B. SahaEncompassing major topics in nuclear medicine from the basic physics of radioactive decay to instrumentation and radiobiology, it is an ideal review for Board and Registry examinations.
Radiobiology for the Radiologist by E.J. Hall & A.J. GiacciaThe updated Sixth Edition of this popular text will remain the first choice for those who need current, clinically relevant information on how radiation affects the human body.
The Fundamentals of Imaging Physics and Radiobiology: For the Radiologic TechnologistLike its well-known predecessor, this new and expanded Ninth Edition presents numerous important changes, beginning with the title and continuing throughout the text.
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