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Those who would utilize ionizing radiation for its bene nate all soft rays. fits, however, must be thoroughly cognizant of its hazards. An understanding of the balance of benefit versus hazard requires the following considerations: Generally, radiation produced by kilovoltages below 60 is considered soft, whereas 120 to 1 50 kilovolts are moderately penetrating. Hard radiation derived from kilovoltages higher than 150 Kv. are not utilized in conventional diagnostic radio 1. Definitions of quantities and qualities of ionizing radia tion.
In contrast to the roentgen, which is a measure of "ionization in air," the rad is a measure of absorbed dose in terms of ergs of energy. Wherever feasible the rad is a more meaningful unit of quantification of ionizing radiation, since it is the absorbed dose which is most significant in the ultimate analysis of biological ef fect. The rem (derived from "roentgen equivalent man") (Fig. 2-2 B) is that quantity of any type of ionizing radiation which produces the same biological damage in man as that resulting from the abo sorption of 1 roentgen of medium energy x-rays.
6th ed. Philadelphia. ,. B. Lippincott Co .. ) GROWTH } AGE GROWTH BONE REPLACEMENT lU 37 Morrow of epiphysis Bon� of ep;pilys's Zone of rest i ng carti lage J Zone of young prOl i f e r a t i n g cart i lage } } Figure 3-1. Con ti n u ed . L. High-power photomicrograph of a longitudinal section cut through the upper end of the tibia of a guinea pig. This picture illustrates the d ifferent zones of cells in the epiphyseal plate. (Modified from Ham. A. : His tology. 6th ed. Philadelphia, ,. B. ) l I Zone of maturing carti lage Zone of calcifying carti lage Developing trabeculae of metaphYSiS Figu re 3-1 continued on following page.
An Atlas of Anatomy Basic to Radiology by Isadore Meschan