Consequential late effects

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In radiation oncology, late normal tissue (in contrast to “tumor tissue”) complications induced by a high dose radiation exposure, which occur as a consequence of a nonhealing acute response in the same tissue or organ. (Adapted from ICRP Publication 118, 2012)

ICRP Glossary entry - June 2019

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