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Health Physics Society Journal

April 2011, Volume 100, Number 4

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On the cover: Methods used to compile a complete set of TIVADs (see paper by Watson and Strom on p. 377 for more information).   LWW image

CONTENTS

PAPERS

Radiation Doses to Members of the U.S. Population from Ubiquitous Radionuclides in the Body: Part 1, Autopsy and In Vivo Data — David J. Watson and Daniel J. Strom

Radiation Doses to Members of the U.S. Population from Ubiquitous Radionuclides in the Body: Part 2, Methods and Dose Calculations — David J. Watson and Daniel J. Strom

Radiation Doses to Members of the U.S. Population from Ubiquitous Radionuclides in the Body: Part 3, Results, Variability, and Uncertainty — David J. Watson and Daniel J. Strom

REVIEW ARTICLE

Retinal Phototoxicity: A Review of Standard Methodology for Evaluating Retinal Optical Radiation Hazards — Robert J. Landry, Robert G. Bostrom, Sharon A. Miller, Dexiu Shi, and David H. Sliney

NOTE

A New Integral-Mode Survey Method for the Determination of Average Surface Contamination Levels — Alan L. Justus

CORRESPONDENCE

Concerning Guidelines for Limiting Exposure to Time-Varying Electric, Magnetic, and Electromagnetic Fields (1 Hz–100 KHz) — Donald McRobbie

Reply to McRobbie — Gunde Ziegelberger

Questions on ICNIRP Guidelines — Stephane Babo

Reply to Babo — Gunde Ziegelberger

BOOK REVIEW

Clinical Dosimetry Measurements in Radiotherapy — Camille Lodwick

ERRATUM

Lauriston S. Taylor Lecture: Radiation Epidemiology — the Golden Age and Future Challenges: Erratum

OTHER CONTENT

News and Notices

Health Physics Society Prospectus

Health Physics Society Affiliate Members

Author Guidelines

Advertisers Guide

Advertisers Index

Up and Coming

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Health Physics (ISSN 0017-9078) is the Official Journal of the Health Physics Society and is published monthly by Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 351 West Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 21201-2436. For news and abstracts, and to search past issues of the Health Physics Journal, please visit the Health Physics Journal website.
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