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Experimental Studies on the Nature of Radiation Disturbances Part 1. Influence of X-ray Irradiation on the Histochemical Changes in Blood Cells
There are many studies on radiation disturbances but as for the causative factor of the disturbances it is vaguely considered to be the disorders of the hematopoietic organs and still it is uncertain whether such disturbances are due to the primary or the secondary factor, However, in our experiments we have come across the evidence indicating that such disorders can be induced even by an indirect causative factor. Following upon this point, we have studied the problem from histochemical standpoint of blood cells and have clarified that various substances what may be called toxic granules are produced during X-ray irradiation. Therefore, with the purpose to find an aid in the diagnosis of radiation disturbances as well as a clue in the elucidation of the causative factor we performed the present experiment by pursuing the relationship between the radition disturbance and the dosage of X-rays.
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Journal of Okayama Medical Association
Okayama Medical Association
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