par Van Elegem, P.;Kleiner, Simon;Hotton, Francine
Référence Annales de radiologie, 17, 1, page (33-35)
Publication Publié, 1974
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The doses of radiation absorbed by the crystalline lens during tomography of the petrosal bone were measured for AP exposures, and for lateral, Guillen, and Stenvers exposures. The maximum dose was about 10,000 mrem for 13 exposures. The use of lead shields does not hinder the radiodiagnosis and considerably reduces the radiation. The distribution of the doses absorbed by the diploe, the petrosal bone, the sternum, and the thyroid was studied on a dummy for the 4 exposures.