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OUR JOURNAL

The purposes of the program of the International Journal of Radiation Medicine are the spreading of scientific knowledge and information about the ionising radiation impact on public health.

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SCIENTIFIC WORKS

In this section we represent the proceedings and books consecrate of radiation accidents and catastrophes.

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SCIENTIFIC WORKS

A.I. Nyagu, K.N. Loganovsky
NEUROPSYCHIATRIC EFFECTS OF IONISING RADIATION

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION
Chapter 1. HISTORICAL SKETCH: 1896 1945
1.1. First Steps (1896 1945)
1.2. Coming-to-be Period (1906 1945)
1.2.1. Radiation-induced Structure-morphological Changes of Nervous System
1.2.2. Clinical Radio-cerebral Effects
1.2.3. Radiation-induced Neuro- and Psychophysiological Effects
1.2.4. Ionising Radiation Impact on Autonomous Nervous System Status and Neuroendocrine Regulation
Chapter 2. EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Acute Irradiation Effects
2.2.1. Radiation Neuro- and Psychophysiological Effects
2.2.1.1. Afferentation Systems and Neural System Radiosensitivity Problem
2.2.1.2. Brain Spontaneous and Evoked Bioelectric Activity
2.2.1.3. Behaviour and Neurological Reactions
2.2.2. Radiation-induced Neuromorphological and Neurochemical Disorders
2.3. Chronic Irradiation Effects
2.4. Conclusion
Chapter 3. NEUROPSYCHIATRIC CONSEQUENCES OF ATOMIC BOMBING AND NUCLEAR TESTS
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombing Consequences
3.3. H-bomb Testing on the Marshall Islands Consequences
3.4. Remote Psychoneurological Consequences of Nuclear Tests and Expected Neuropsychiatric Consequences of Nuclear War
3.5. Radiation Experiments on Human
Chapter 4. BRAIN IRRADIATION IN PRENATAL PERIOD
4.1. Introduction
4.2. Prenatal Irradiation Consequences in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombing Victims
4.3. Neuropsychiatric Effects among the Children Exposed to Radiation in Prenatal Period after the Chernobyl Disaster
Chapter 5. NEUROPSYCHIATRIC EFFECTS OF ACUTE IRRADIATION
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Nervous System Radiation Damage under the Local Exposure
5.3. Acute Radiation Sickness Neuropsychiatric Characterisation in Human
5.3.1. Problem State at present
5.3.2. Psychoneurological Disorders in Persons Acute Radiation Sickness Survivors after the Chernobyl Disaster
Chapter 6. NEUROPSYCHIATRIC EFFECTS OF CHRONIC IRRADIATION
6.1 Introduction
6.2. Chronic Radiation Sickness Neuropsychiatric Pattern in Human
6.2.1. Chronic Radiation Sickness General Issues
6.2.2. Chronic Radiation Sickness Neuropsychiatric Effects Conditioned by Local Exposure to Radiation
Chapter 7. NEUROPSYCHIATRIC CONSEQUENCES OF RADIATION ACCIDENTS
7.1. Radiation Accidents in Southern Ural
7.2. Three-Mile-Island Nuclear Power Plant Crisis and Radiation Incident in Gojania
7.3. Chernobyl Disaster
7.3.1. Disaster General Characterisation
7.3.2. Close Neuropsychiatric Consequences of the Chernobyl Disaster
7.3.3. Neuropsychiatric Effects in Remote Period after the Chernobyl Disaster
7.3.3.1. Epidemiology, Classification, Dynamics and Clinical Description
7.3.3.2. Physiological and Morphological Characterisation
Chapter 8. TREATMENT AND PROPHYLAXIS OF IONISING RADIATION IMPACT NEUROPSYCHIATRIC CONSEQUENCES
CONCLUSION
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
ANNEX

 

     
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