Biological dosimetry methods are well established and validated for providing dose estimates following external radiation exposures. In contrast, interpreting biological dosimetry data in cases of internal exposures is still challenging. In this context, a joint collaboration between two Working Groups (WG) of European Radiation Dosimetry Group (EURADOS), WG10 on 'Retrospective Dosimetry' and WG7 on 'Internal Dosimetry', was initiated with the aim to address the main issues related to the advantages and limitations of biological and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) dosimetry in cases of internal and mixed internal/external exposures. The organization of the review work, the main findings of the analysis performed and the driving lines for possible future research work are briefly described in the present document.

THE EURADOS WORK TOWARDS A REVIEW ON RETROSPECTIVE DOSIMETRY AFTER INCORPORATION OF RADIONUCLIDES

Testa A.
2019

Abstract

Biological dosimetry methods are well established and validated for providing dose estimates following external radiation exposures. In contrast, interpreting biological dosimetry data in cases of internal exposures is still challenging. In this context, a joint collaboration between two Working Groups (WG) of European Radiation Dosimetry Group (EURADOS), WG10 on 'Retrospective Dosimetry' and WG7 on 'Internal Dosimetry', was initiated with the aim to address the main issues related to the advantages and limitations of biological and electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) dosimetry in cases of internal and mixed internal/external exposures. The organization of the review work, the main findings of the analysis performed and the driving lines for possible future research work are briefly described in the present document.
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