alexa Risks of X-Rays

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Risks of X-Rays

Issue effects such as cataracts, skin reddening, and hair loss, which occur at relatively high levels of radiation exposure and are very rare in children. And a small increase in the possibility that a person exposed to X-rays will develop cancer later in life. Radiation-induced cancer risks depend on the radiation dose, the patient's age at exposure, the sex of the patient (women are more radiosensitive than men), and the organ irradiated.

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