Potential risk of cancer in body organs as result of torak CT-scan exposure

International Journal of Physical Sciences and Engineering

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Title Potential risk of cancer in body organs as result of torak CT-scan exposure
 
Creator Suryatika, Ida Bagus Made
Anggarani, Ni Kadek Nova
Poniman, S.
Sutapa, Gusti Ngurah
 
Subject body organs
breast
cancer risk
CT-scan
lung
 
Description A concise and factual abstract Computed Tomography (CT)-Scan is a radiological diagnostic tool using a computer to reconstruct data from the absorption of a particular tissue or organ that has been penetrated by X-rays to form an image (imaging). The use of scanning equipment (scan) that emits radiation has the potential to cause quite serious impacts. According to researchers from Canada, Britain, and the United States published in The Lancet Medical Journal (2012), it is stated that children who are exposed to CT-Scans can be up to three times more likely to develop blood, brain, or bone cancer later in life. It further states a potential cancer risk exists due to the ionizing radiation used in CT-Scans, especially in children who are more sensitive to radiation than adults. A chest CT-Scan is one of the most frequently performed parts of the examination because this section contains many vital organs. The analysis showed that the effective dose of the liver was 0.241 mGy, breast, and lung was 0.724 mGy. The risk of cancer in each of the liver, breast, and lung organs reaches 0.038%, 1.160%, and 1,200%.
 
Publisher Universidad Tecnica de Manabi
 
Date 2020-11-14
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijpse/article/view/465
10.29332/ijpse.v4n3.465
 
Source International journal of physical sciences and engineering; Vol. 4 No. 3: December 2020; 1-6
2550-6943
2550-6951
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://sciencescholar.us/journal/index.php/ijpse/article/view/465/521
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International journal of physical sciences and engineering
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0
 

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