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HEALTH EFFECTS OF THE CHORNOBYL ACCIDENT
a Quarter of Century Aftermath

Andrii Serdiuk, Volodymyr Bebeshko,
Dimitry Bazyka, Shunichi Yamashita
Hardcover: 647pages
ISBN 978-966-8311-78-9

Contents

Chapter 1. DOSES OF EXPOSURE
  1.1 Radiation doses of clean-up workers of the accident. Retrospective dose reconstruction of clean-up workers of the accident
1.2 Dosimetry of evacuees
1.3 The calculation of external exposure of people evacuated from villages of 30 km zone
1.4 Population irradiation doses

Chapter 2. MEDICAL PROTECTION OF VICTIMS IN ACUTE PERIOD OF LIQUIDATION OF CHORNOBYL DISASTER CONSEQUENCES

Chapter 3. REGISTRIES OF AFFECTED POPULATION
  3.1 The state registry of Ukraine of the persons affected by the Chornobyl catastrophe
3.2 Special Registries
3.3 National Cancer Registry of Ukraine

Chapter 4. ACUTE RADIATION SYNDROME
  4.1 The main reasons of patients post-accidental death
4.2 Blood malignant diseases and solid tumors
4.3 Skin status during follow- up in patients who had acute radiation skin lesions
4.4 Changes of eye lenses
4.5 Changes of hematopoiesis by peripheral blood count 85
4.6 Somatic diseases during long-term period after the irradiation
4.7 Cardiovascular system
4.8 Endocrine system

Chapter 5. LEUKEMIA
  5.1 Epidemiology
5.2 Molecular biological features of acute leukemia in patients exposed to ionizing radiation due to the Chornobyl accident
5.3 Radiation and myeloproliferative disease
5.4 Myelodysplastic syndrome
5.5 Chronic lymphocytic leukemia
5.6 Stem cell: results of clinical research
5.7 Stem cells - functional activity

Chapter 6. SOLID CANCERS
  6.1 Thyroid cancer. Epidemiology
6.2 Thyroid cancer in exposed as children and adolescents in Ukraine
6.3 Breast cancer
6.4 0ther solid cancers
6.5 Molecular mechanisms of the malignant transformation in the urinary tract epithelium, influenced by chronic long term low dose ionizing radiation exposure

Chapter 7. CYTOGENETIC EFFECTS

Chapter 8. IMMUNOLOGICAL EFFECTS
  8.1 Frequency of immune deficiencies in exposed population
8.2 Immune function in acute radiation syndrome survivors
8.3 Late period after irradiation
8.4 Confounding factors
8.5 Immune function after the middle and low dose radiation exposure
8.6 Early period of recovery after irradiation
8.7 Modification of immune function at low doses
8.8 Effects in doses which do not exceed the professional limits
8.9 Effects in the immune system at the remote period after irradiation
8.10 Immune function in patients with cerebrovascular diseases(CVD) exposed to ionizing radiation as a result of the Chornobyl accident
8.11 Apoptosis and telomere length

Chapter 9. THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PERSISTANCE VIRAL INFECTIONS
  9.1 HCV infection in persons suffered due to the Chornobyl NPP accident
9.2 CMV infection in persons that suffered due to the Chornobyl NPP accident
9.3 CLL cells display homology of their Ig receptors with antiviral or antimicrobial antibodies

Chapter 10. MEDICO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGES AFTER CHORNOBYL CATASTROPHE
  10.1 Basic radio-ecological and social-demographic consequences of catastrophe

Chapter 11. EPIDEMIOLOGY OF NON-TUMOR DISEASES IN THE REMOTE POSTRADIATION PERIOD
  11.1 Effects in the Chornobyl clean-up workers of 1986-1987
11.2 Epidemiological studies of nontumor morbidity and mortality in adult evacuees: dynamics and effects of low-dose ionizing radiation

Chapter 12. CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES IN CHORNOBYL ACCIDENT CLEAN-UP WORKERS 25 YEARS UPON
  12.1 Arterial hypertension
12.2 Features of coronary heart disease after myocardial infarction in Chornobyl accident clean-up WORKERs
12.3 Features of genesis of heart rhythm disorders, clinical presentation, structure-functional myocardial abnormalities in Chornobyl accident within 25 years

Chapter 13. THYRIOD GLAND AND METABOLISM
  13.1 lntegration of impacts and damage levels
13.2 Central disorders of endocrine regulation
13.3 Peripheral disorders of endocrine regulation
13.4 Peripheral endocrine and metabolic disorders

Chapter 14. ANTIOXIDANT SYSTEM, OXIDATIVE MODIFICATION OF PROTEINS AND LIPIDS

Chapter 15. BRONCHOPULMONARY PATHOLOGY

Chapter 16. MALE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Chapter 17. NERVOUS SYSTEM AND PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS
  17.1 Acute radiation syndrome: neuropsychiatric effects
17.2 Early neuropsychiatric manifestations
17.3 Remote neuropsychiatric effects
17.4 Mental health and neuropsychiatric effects in the clean-up workers

Chapter 18. SENSORY ORGANS
  18.1 Eye: clinic, diagnostics, regularities and risks for development of eye pathology in Chornobyl catastrophe sufferers
18.2 Sensor neural diminished hearing in persons exposed as a result of the Chornobyl catastrophe, in the dynamics of post-accidental period
18.3. Vestibular disfunction in the Chornobyl clean-up workers in the dynamics of post-accidental period. Morbidity and risks for development of vestibular disfunction: results of mathematical modeling

Chapter 19. SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL STATUS OF THE POPULATION LIVING ON RADIATION CONTAMINATED TERRITORIES IN THE REMOTE PERIOD AFTER THE CHORNOBYL CATASTROPHE

Chapter 20. RADIATION RISKS PERCEPTION

Chapter 21. MEDICAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CHORNOBYL ACCIDENT IN EXPOSED IN CHILDHOOD
  21.1 Early and late consequences in children evacuated from the 30-km zone and residents of radiation contaminated areas
21.2 Genetic and somatic effects of intrauterine irradiation
21.3 Prenatal irradiation of the brain
21.4 Children born to radiation exposed parents
21.5 Genetic effects of children born to the clean-up workers of Chernobyl catastrophe
21.6 Health status in first-generation descendants of persons, exposed in childhood as a result of the Chornobyl accident

Chapter 22. THYROID AND REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM IN CHILDREN EXPOSED TO IONIZING RADIATION AFTER THE CHORNOBYL NPP ACCIDENT AND IN OFFSPRING OF EXPOSED PARENTS
  22.1 Immediate effects of the Chornobyl NPP accident
22.2 Thyroid in children evacuated and living in contaminated territories
22.3 Somatosexual development in pediatric survivors of the Chornobyl NPP accident
22.4 The thyroid and the sexual maturation in children born from persons being children themselves at the time of ChornobyI NPP accident

Chapter 23. GENETIC MONITORING OF CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS AND THE INHERITED PATHOLOGY
  23.1 The birth defects frequency analysis in regions of Ukraine

Chapter 24. PECULIARITIES OF THE INFLUENCE OF HIGH AND LOW DOSES OF IONIZING RADIATION ON TOOTH HARD TISSUES

 
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