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Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 2. The book is very well illustrated with a high ratio of charts to text. Cell Survival — radiation effects.

It is important that both practising and trainee radiotherapists become fully aware of the scientific basis for these developments in order to ma Laboratory research has provided a strong scientific basis for the effects of radiation on tumours and normal tissues and has generated new approaches to treatment with radiotherapy which are currently being clinically evaluated.

Cell proliferation and growth rate of tumours. There are frequent cross-references between chapters and a glossary of scientific terms is provided. Not open to the public ; Cell survival as a determinant of tumour response.

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Basic Clinical Radiobiology for Radiation Oncologist

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Basic Clinical Radiobiology for Radiation Oncologist by G. Gordon Steel

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Physical Description viii, p. This is a basic teaching book for radiation oncologists, radiation physicists, and radiobiologists, setting out concisely the biological basis of radiation therapy. Be the first to add this to a list. Early chapters deal with essential areas of science, including cell proliferation in tumours and normal tissues, principles of radiation University of Newcastle Library.

Dose-response relationships in radiotherapy. The text has been fully updated and expanded to include recent advances in molecular growth which will be of particular importance to trainees and professionals alike. Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Want to Read saving…. This single location in South Australia: Early chapters deal with essential areas of science, including cell proliferation in tumours and normal tissues, principles of radiation cell killing, theoretical and modelling approaches and molecular aspects of radiobiology.

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