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A radioecological model for thyroid dose reconstruction of the Belarus population following the Chernobyl accident.

Kruk JE, Pröhl G, Kenigsberg JI.

Radiat Environ Biophys. 2004 Jul;43(2):101-10. Epub 2004 Jun 19.

PMID:
15221314
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Chernobyl accident: reconstruction of thyroid dose for inhabitants of the Republic of Belarus.

Gavrilin YI, Khrouch VT, Shinkarev SM, Krysenko NA, Skryabin AM, Bouville A, Anspaugh LR.

Health Phys. 1999 Feb;76(2):105-19.

PMID:
9929121
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Using total beta-activity measurements in milk to derive thyroid doses from Chernobyl fallout.

Drozdovitch V, Germenchuk M, Bouville A.

Radiat Prot Dosimetry. 2006;118(4):402-11. Epub 2006 Jan 25.

PMID:
16436522
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Thyroid dose reconstruction for the population of Belarus after the Chernobyl accident.

Drozdovitch VV, Goulko GM, Minenko VF, Paretzke HG, Voigt G, Kenigsberg YaI.

Radiat Environ Biophys. 1997 Feb;36(1):17-23.

PMID:
9128894
5.

Measurement of 129 I and 137 Cs in soils from Belarus and reconstruction of 131I deposition from the Chernobyl accident.

Straume T, Anspaugh LR, Marchetti AA, Voigt G, Minenko V, Gu F, Men P, Trofimik S, Tretyakevich S, Drozdovitch V, Shagalova E, Zhukova O, Germenchuk M, Berlovich S.

Health Phys. 2006 Jul;91(1):7-19.

PMID:
16775475
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Estimating individual thyroid doses for a case-control study of childhood thyroid cancer in Bryansk Oblast, Russia.

Stepanenko VF, Voillequé PG, Gavrilin YI, Khrouch VT, Shinkarev SM, Orlov MY, Kondrashov AE, Petin DV, Iaskova EK, Tsyb AF.

Radiat Prot Dosimetry. 2004;108(2):143-60.

PMID:
14978294
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Post-Chornobyl thyroid cancers in Ukraine. Report 1: estimation of thyroid doses.

Likhtarov I, Kovgan L, Vavilov S, Chepurny M, Bouville A, Luckyanov N, Jacob P, Voillequé P, Voigt G.

Radiat Res. 2005 Feb;163(2):125-36.

PMID:
15658887
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Thyroid dose and thyroid cancer incidence after the Chernobyl accident: assessments for the Zhytomyr region (Ukraine).

Goulko GM, Chepurny NI, Jacob P, Kairo IA, Likhtarev IA, Pröhl G, Sobolev BG.

Radiat Environ Biophys. 1998 Feb;36(4):261-73.

PMID:
9523343
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Radiation dosimetry for highly contaminated Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian populations, and for less contaminated populations in Europe.

Bouville A, Likhtarev IA, Kovgan LN, Minenko VF, Shinkarev SM, Drozdovitch VV.

Health Phys. 2007 Nov;93(5):487-501. Review.

PMID:
18049225
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Risk of thyroid cancer in the Bryansk Oblast of the Russian Federation after the Chernobyl Power Station accident.

Davis S, Stepanenko V, Rivkind N, Kopecky KJ, Voillequé P, Shakhtarin V, Parshkov E, Kulikov S, Lushnikov E, Abrosimov A, Troshin V, Romanova G, Doroschenko V, Proshin A, Tsyb A.

Radiat Res. 2004 Sep;162(3):241-8.

PMID:
15332999
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Credibility of Chernobyl thyroid doses exceeding 10 Gy based on in-vivo measurements of 131I in Belarus.

Shinkarev SM, Voillequé PG, Gavrilin YI, Khrouch VT, Bouville A, Hoshi M, Meckbach R, Minenko VF, Ulanovsky AV, Luckyanov N.

Health Phys. 2008 Feb;94(2):180-7. doi: 10.1097/01.HP.0000288044.73410.6b.

PMID:
18188052
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Estimates of thyroid equivalent dose in Lithuania following the Chernobyl accident.

Nedveckaite T, Filistowicz W.

Health Phys. 1995 Aug;69(2):265-8.

PMID:
7622374
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Retrospective evaluation of 131I deposition density and thyroid dose in Poland after the Chernobyl accident.

Pietrzak-Flis Z, Krajewski P, Radwan I, Muramatsu Y.

Health Phys. 2003 Jun;84(6):698-708.

PMID:
12822579
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Chernobyl-related thyroid cancer in children of Belarus: a case-control study.

Astakhova LN, Anspaugh LR, Beebe GW, Bouville A, Drozdovitch VV, Garber V, Gavrilin YI, Khrouch VT, Kuvshinnikov AV, Kuzmenkov YN, Minenko VP, Moschik KV, Nalivko AS, Robbins J, Shemiakina EV, Shinkarev S, Tochitskaya SI, Waclawiw MA.

Radiat Res. 1998 Sep;150(3):349-56.

PMID:
9728663
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[The Chernobyl incident: dose assessment in Italy and Europe].

Rogani A, Tabet E.

Ann Ist Super Sanita. 1997;33(4):511-7. Italian.

PMID:
9616962
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Individual thyroid dose estimation for a case-control study of Chernobyl-related thyroid cancer among children of Belarus-part I: 131I, short-lived radioiodines (132I, 133I, 135I), and short-lived radiotelluriums (131MTe and 132Te).

Gavrilin Y, Khrouch V, Shinkarev S, Drozdovitch V, Minenko V, Shemiakina E, Ulanovsky A, Bouville A, Anspaugh L, Voillequé P, Luckyanov N.

Health Phys. 2004 Jun;86(6):565-85.

PMID:
15167120

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