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Absorbed dose

Absorbed dose

The amount of energy absorbed per unit mass of irradiated material at the target site; in radiation Therapy, the former unit for absorbed dose is the rad; the current (S.I.) unit is the gray.


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... while breathing? Makes no sense 3. small intestine. stuff doesn't get absorbed into her body. No water -> weight loss. No iron etc -> anemia. ... muscle contraction. If the patient is too sensitive to the drug or the dose is too big then his heart can start contracting too rarely.

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