What is the definition of radiation pooution?

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Answered: How effective is radiation treatment for a dog's adrenal tumor

There's no blanket statement for an answer. Each case is different. It could have no effect. It could have minimal effect. It could have moderate effect. It could cure. Size, location, growth rate and genetic makeup of the tumor all factor in.

Answered: Why an I tired after radiation treatment

Well, tiredness can still be a problem for some months after your treatment has finished. www.myelomacrowd.org

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When the engine is at it's normal operating temperature, it will leak faster because the cooling system pressure is higher. It will depend on the size of the leak and the location of the leak whether it will leak when the engine is cold.

Answered: What percent of pediatric patients with radiation necrosis of the brain

All of them. In case you haven't heard, life is a fatal disease. David Jones et al, in a recent online publication, Acta Neuropathol DOI 10.1007/s00401-011-0810-6 made the distinction between the adult and the pediatric astrocytoma. Children have a much better prognosis. In their data, 80% of ...

Answered: What does radiate joy mean ?

Radiation generally refers to anything on the Electromagnetic spectrum, such as visible light , Radio waves , and Microwaves . These "waves" are sent out in all directions and continue indefinably until they hit something. When a person "radiates" joy the implication is it obvious that they are ...

Answered: How to use nuclear radiation?

Nuclear radiation is all around us and is a natural phenomenon. For all intents, earth sits in a very cool spot, shielded by the Solar Corona and our magnetic field for the most part. We use nuclear radiation to kill tumors, search out new forms of life, and to probe the inner parts of the atom.
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