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Volume 1 Issue 2

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    Case Report
    Published: 08/21/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 060-068

    Photon Absorption characteristics of some selected Enzyme Inhibitors used in Cancer Research in the Energy range 1 keV-100 GeV

    Mustafa Recep Kaçal, Hüseyin Ali Karataş and Ferdi Akman*

    The absorption parameters such as total mass attenuation coeffi cients, molecular, atomic, and electronic cross sections, effective atomic numbers and electron densities were calculated for some selected enzyme inhibitors in the photon energy range from 1 keV up to 100 GeV.

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    Case Report
    Published: 07/27/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 054-059

    Radiological evaluation of a Chondromyxoid Fibroma

    Austin Fletcher* and Megan Mastragostino

    Chondromyxoid fi broma (CMF) is a very rare benign cartilaginous tumor representing less than 0.5% of all bone tumors while also being the rarest cartilaginous bone tumor. Common locations of occurrence include the metaphysial region of the proximal tibia and distal femur. We report a case of a 10-year-old female affected by a CMF of the left lower tibia. The radiological features demonstrated by X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are discussed

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    Case Report
    Published: 06/26/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 049-053

    Time to Terminate LNT: Radiation Regulators Should Adopt LT

    Jeffry A Siegel*, Bill Sacks and James S Welsh

    The linear no-threshold hypothesis (LNT)-the basis of radiation regulatory policy-extrapolates from observed high-dose harm to assumed low-dose harm, entailing that all ionizing radiation is harmful, by denying any biological response to damage and asserting cumulative lifetime harm, regardless of dose or dose rate. All aspects of LNT are demonstrably false. There are evolved biological responses that repair or remove radiogenic damage from low doses and dose rates, thereby averting acute harm and precluding the alleged cumulative damage. LNT and its offspring, the “as low as reasonably achievable” principle, do not err on the side of caution; neither is truly conservative.

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    Editorial
    Published: 05/04/2017 | Pages: 1(2): 046-048

    Metallic Ureteric Stents a cost-effective alternative in the management of Obstructed Distal Ureters

    Erich K Lang*

    Management of obstruction of the distal-pelvic ureters by minimally invasive procedures such as antigrade or retrograde double “J” stents has generally been unsatisfactory. Corrective surgical procedures mandate long hospitalization, hence high cost, and have a moderate incidence of complications.
    Management of obstruction of the distal-pelvic ureters by minimally invasive procedures such as antigrade or retrograde double “J” stents has generally been unsatisfactory. Corrective surgical procedures mandate long hospitalization, hence high cost, and have a moderate incidence of complications.
    Management of obstruction of the distal-pelvic ureters by minimally invasive
    procedures such as antigrade or retrograde double “J” stents has generally been
    unsatisfactory. Corrective surgical procedures mandate long hospitalization, hence
    high cost, and have a moderate incidence of complications.Management of obstruction of the distal-pelvic ureters by minimally invasive
    procedures such as antigrade or retrograde double “J” stents has generally been
    unsatisfactory. Corrective surgical procedures mandate long hospitalization, hence
    high cost, and have a moderate incidence of complications.

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