Occupational exposure to chronic ionizing radiation increases risk of Parkinson's disease incidence in Russian Mayak workers

Volume: 49, Issue: 2, Pages: 435 - 447
Published: Nov 13, 2019
Abstract
Background Patients receiving radiotherapy demonstrate cognitive deficits, impairment of neurogenesis and neurovascular damage developing as late side effects of radiation exposure to the head. In light of the increasing use of diagnostic radiological procedures, epidemiological data raise concerns about possible harmful effects of low-level radiation on the human brain. A series of studies of chronically exposed Russian nuclear workers have...
Paper Details
Title
Occupational exposure to chronic ionizing radiation increases risk of Parkinson's disease incidence in Russian Mayak workers
Published Date
Nov 13, 2019
Volume
49
Issue
2
Pages
435 - 447
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