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Report 90.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):NP

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International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):NP

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Appendix. Stopping Power and Range Tables for Charged Particles.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):79-98

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April 2014
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7. Impact of Recommendations.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):71-78

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6. Photon Interaction Coefficients.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):49-70

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5. Recommended Values for Key Data.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):31-48

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4. Charged-Particle Stopping Powers and Related Quantities.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):21-30

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3. Realization of Quantities by Primary Standards Laboratories.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):15-20

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2. Definitions of Basic Quantities and Terms.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):9-14

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1. Introduction.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):5-8

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Preface.

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J ICRU 2014 Apr;14(1):1-2

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April 2014
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Report 89.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):NP

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April 2013
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International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):NP

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April 2013
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Prescribing, Recording, and Reporting Brachytherapy for Cancer of the Cervix.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):NP

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April 2013
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13. Summary of the Recommendations.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):161-3

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April 2013
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12. Treatment Planning.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):151-60

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April 2013
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11. Sources and Absorbed-Dose Calculation.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):143-9

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April 2013
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10. Radiographic Dose Assessment.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):133-41

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9. Volumetric Dose Assessment.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):123-31

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7. Radiobiological Considerations.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):89-104

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April 2013
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6. Organs at Risk and Morbidity-Related Concepts and Volumes.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):79-88

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April 2013
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5. Tumor and Target Volumes and Adaptive Radiotherapy.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):49-78

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4. Brachytherapy Imaging for Treatment Planning.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):37-47

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3. Brachytherapy Techniques and Systems.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):21-35

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April 2013
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2. Prevention, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment, and Outcome.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):13-20

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1. Introduction.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):7-12

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April 2013
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Preface.

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J ICRU 2013 Apr;13(1-2):1-2

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April 2013
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MEASUREMENT AND REPORTING OF RADON EXPOSURES.

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J ICRU 2012 Dec;12(2):1-191

Lung cancer risk caused by the inhalation of radon (222Rn) and its short-lived progeny is related to lung dose, which cannot be directly measured. The only measurable parameters which allow the determination of lung doses are the radon and radon progeny activity concentrations and related size distributions. Although lung cancers are caused by the inhaled short-lived radon progeny and not by the radon gas, it is the radon gas which is commonly measured and not its progeny. Read More

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December 2012
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ICRU Report No. 87: Radiation dose and image-quality assessment in computed tomography.

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J ICRU 2012 Apr;12(1):1-149

Computed tomography has experienced a number of significant technological advances over the past decade, and these have had pronounced impacts on the accuracy of radiation dosimetry and the assessment of image quality. After reviewing CT technology and clinical applications, this Report describes and discusses existing dosimetry methods and then presents new methods for radiation dosimetry, including the evaluation of beam quality, and measurement of CT-scanner output in air and in phantoms. Many of the proposed dosemetric quantities can be measured quickly using a real-time ionization chamber, which is introduced here. Read More

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April 2012
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Report 86: Quantification and reporting of low-dose and other heterogeneous exposures.

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J ICRU 2011 Dec;11(2):1-77

The absorbed dose, the mean value of the energy imparted by ionizing radiation to a volume of interest divided by the mass of that volume, is often a very effective way to describe radiation exposures. For example, in radiation therapy and industrial radiation processing, the absorbed dose is usually adequate for predicting the results of the irradiation. However, in situations in which the heterogeneity of the energy deposition or of the target structure results in individual targets (often assumed to be a cell or a cell nucleus) receiving energy depositions that are dramatically different from the mean value, the absorbed dose does not provide sufficient information needed to fully understand the consequences of irradiation or for the use of radiation-response models. Read More

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December 2011
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Report 85: Fundamental quantities and units for ionizing radiation.

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J ICRU 2011 Apr;11(1):1-31

Definitions of fundamental quantities, and their units, for ionizing radiation are given, which represent the recommendation of the International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements (ICRU). Read More

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April 2011
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6. Reference data.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2):27-32

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December 2010
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5. Dosimetry of radiation fields in aircraft.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2):23-5

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4. Cosmic-radiation fields at aircraft flight altitudes.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2):17-21

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December 2010
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3. Radiation protection considerations.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2):13-5

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December 2010
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2. Definitions of quantities and terms.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2):9-11

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1. Introduction.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2)

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December 2010
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The international commission on radiation units and measurements.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2):5-6

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Executive summary.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2)

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Preface.

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J ICRU 2010 Dec;10(2)

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December 2010
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