Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Risk of cataract in the context of acute and chronic exposure

Year: 2016, volume 12 Issue: №4 Pages: 678-684
Heading: radiation medicine Article type: Original article
Authors: Tukov A.R., Shafransky I.L., Kapitonova N.V., Prokhorova O.N., Samoilov A.S.
Organization: State Scientific Research Center n.a. A.I. Burnasyan — Federal Medical Biophysical Center of Federal Medical Biological Agency
Summary:

Purpose: estimation of the risk of cataract using doses of different types of radiation. Material and methods. The study is carried out using the information database of the NP, recovery workers of the accident at the Chernobyl NP. Professional exposure and dose received during 30 km zone were used to calculate the risk. Results. The study shows the use of one of their parts of the total radiation dose of man, leads to obtaining of different levels of the risk of disease. Conclusion. Only use of a total radiation dose can lead to obtaining of the correct results of evaluating the risk of the emergence of the radiation- induced diseases.

Bibliography:
1. Avetisov SE. Ophthalmology: National leadership. All of your vision. Cataract. Part 1.
2. Igisinov NS, Tereshkevich DP, Korabaeva GT, Mauenova DK. The dynamics of primary morbidity of cataract in the Aral Sea. The young scientist 2011; 2 (5): 200-204
3. Vyidrov AS, Komarovskih EN. Dynamics of the incidence of senile cataract population of the Amur region. Bulletin of Physiology and Pathology of Respiration 2012; (4) 6: 95-97
4. Delkout С, Cougnard-Cregroice A, Boniol М, et al. Lifetim exposure to ambient ultraviolet radiation and the risk for cataract extraction and age-related macular degeneration: the Alienor study. Jnvest Ophthalmol vis Sci. 2014, JOVS 14-14471
5. Galichanin K, Lofgren S, Soderberg P. Cataract alter repeated daily in vivo exposure to ultraviolet radiation Health Phys. 2014; 107 (6): 523-529
6. Yu Z, Schulmeister K, Talebizadeh N, et al. 1090mm infrared radiation at close to threshold dose induces cataract with a time delay. Acta ophtalmol 2014; (p.) 12508
7. Kashirina OG, Abdullaeva VM, Nadyozhina NM, Galstyan IA. The defeat of the visual organ during irradiation. In: Nuclear medicine. M., 2001; Vol. 2, p. 203-213
8. Vishnevskiy NA, Abdullaeva VM, Ivanova EA, et al. Initial signs and classification of radiation cataracts. Vestnik Oftalmol 1961; (5): 65-68
9. Cogan DC, Donaldson DD, Reese A. Clinical and pathologic characteristics of radiation cataract. Arch Ophtal. 1952;42:55-70
10. Merriam GR, Focht EF. A clinical stady of radiation cataracts and the relationship to dose. Am J Roentgenol 1957; 77 (5): 759-785
11. Hammer GPScheidemann-WespU,etal. Occupational exposure to low doses of ionizing radiation and cataract development: a systematic literature review and perspectives on future studies. Ratiat Environ Biophys 2013; 52 (3): 303-319
12. Lvovskaya EN. Body condition of in chronic external gamma-neutron and X-ray irradiation: PhD abstract. M., 1969; 25 p.
13. Guskova АК, Baysogolov BD. Radiation sickness. М.: Medgiz, 1971; p. 305-317
14. Lvovskaya EN, Kotova ES. Body condition of under the influence of gamma-neutron radiation in doses close to the maximum permissible. Medical Radiology 1964; 9 (3): 52-56
15. Shigeto F, Masuda J. Consequences ray studies of cataracts in Hiroshima. The study of the effects of nuclear explosions. Medicine 1964; 66-68
16. Yosiya Masuda. Damage to the eye as a result of the explosion of the atomic bomb. The consequences of the atomic bomb explosion in Hiroshima. Translation. M. 1960; 122-133
17. Publication 103 of the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP). Translation from English. Edited by M. F. Kiselyova i N. K. Shandalyi. M.: Izd. OOO PKF «Alana», 2009; 312 p.

AttachmentSize
2016_04-1_678-684.pdf575.6 KB

No votes yet

<