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Roentgenol. 131, 5-14. H. (1980). "Clinical efficacyof computed body tomography, 11,"Am. J. Roentgenol. 134, 1111-1120. YERUSHALMY, J. (1955). "Reliability of chest radiography in diagnosis of pulmonary lesions," Amer. J. Surg. 89,231-240. The NCRP The National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements is a nonprofit corporation chartered by Congress in 1964 to: 1. Collect, analyze, develop and disseminate in the public interest information and recommendations about (a) protection against radiation and (b) radiation measurements, quantities and units, particularly those concerned with radiation protection.
The Council is made up of the members and the participants who serve on the scientific committees of the Council. The Council members who are selected solely on the basis of their scientific expertise are drawn from public and private universities, medical centers, national and private laboratories and industry. The scientific committees are composed of experts having detailed knowledge and competence in the particular area of the committee's interest. NCRP Commentaries NCRP commentaries are documents that provide preliminary evaluations, critiques, reviews, results of exploratory studies or extensions of previously published NCRP reports on an accelerated schedule when time for the normal Council review process is not available.
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An Introduction to Efficacy in Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine: (Justification of Medical Radiation Exposure) (Ncrp Commentary) by National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements