Scatter Radiation Dose From Digital Screening Mammography Measured in a Representative Patient Population

The purpose of this study was to quantify the amount of scatter radiation received at the skin surface overlying the thyroid gland, salivary gland, lens of the eye, sternum, and uterus during a routine screening digital mammographic examination measured in a representative patient population.

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Work Title Scatter Radiation Dose From Digital Screening Mammography Measured in a Representative Patient Population
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  1. Alison L. Chetlen
  2. Karen L. Brown
  3. Steven H. King
  4. Claudia J. Kasales
  5. Susann E. Schetter
  6. Julie A. Mack
  7. Junjia Zhu
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Publication Date July 9, 2021
Deposited July 09, 2021

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  • Added Creator Karen L. Brown
  • Added Creator Steven H. King
  • Added Creator Claudia J. Kasales
  • Added Creator Susann E. Schetter
  • Added Creator Julie A. Mack
  • Added Creator Junjia Zhu
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