Cohort Profile: the EPI-CT study: A European pooled epidemiological study to quantify the risk of radiation-induced cancer from paediatric CT

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Cohort Profile: the EPI-CT study: A European pooled epidemiological study to quantify the risk of radiation-induced cancer from paediatric CT. / Bernier, Marie-Odile; Baysson, Hélène; Pearce, Mark S.; Moissonnier, Monika; Cardis, Elisabeth; Hauptmann, Michael; Struelens, Lara; Dabin, Jérémie; Johansen, Christoffer; Journy, Neige; Laurier, Dominique; Blettner, Maria; Le Cornet, Lucian; Pokora, Roman; Gradowska, Patrycja; Meulepas, Johanna M.; Kjaerheim, Kristina; Istad, Tore; Olerud, Hilde; Sovik, Aste; Bosch de Basea, Maria; Thierry-Chef, Isabelle; Kaijser, Magnus; Nordenskjöld, Arvid; Berrington de Gonzalez, Amy; Harbron, Richard W.; Kesminiene, Ausrele.

In: International Journal of Epidemiology (Advance Access published July 31,2007), Vol. 2018, 02.11.2018, p. 1-10.

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Bernier, M-O, Baysson, H, Pearce, MS, Moissonnier, M, Cardis, E, Hauptmann, M, Struelens, L, Dabin, J, Johansen, C, Journy, N, Laurier, D, Blettner, M, Le Cornet, L, Pokora, R, Gradowska, P, Meulepas, JM, Kjaerheim, K, Istad, T, Olerud, H, Sovik, A, Bosch de Basea, M, Thierry-Chef, I, Kaijser, M, Nordenskjöld, A, Berrington de Gonzalez, A, Harbron, RW & Kesminiene, A 2018, 'Cohort Profile: the EPI-CT study: A European pooled epidemiological study to quantify the risk of radiation-induced cancer from paediatric CT', International Journal of Epidemiology (Advance Access published July 31,2007), vol. 2018, pp. 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyy231

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Bernier, M-O., Baysson, H., Pearce, M. S., Moissonnier, M., Cardis, E., Hauptmann, M., ... Kesminiene, A. (2018). Cohort Profile: the EPI-CT study: A European pooled epidemiological study to quantify the risk of radiation-induced cancer from paediatric CT. International Journal of Epidemiology (Advance Access published July 31,2007), 2018, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyy231

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Bernier M-O, Baysson H, Pearce MS, Moissonnier M, Cardis E, Hauptmann M et al. Cohort Profile: the EPI-CT study: A European pooled epidemiological study to quantify the risk of radiation-induced cancer from paediatric CT. International Journal of Epidemiology (Advance Access published July 31,2007). 2018 Nov 2;2018:1-10. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyy231

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Bernier, Marie-Odile ; Baysson, Hélène ; Pearce, Mark S. ; Moissonnier, Monika ; Cardis, Elisabeth ; Hauptmann, Michael ; Struelens, Lara ; Dabin, Jérémie ; Johansen, Christoffer ; Journy, Neige ; Laurier, Dominique ; Blettner, Maria ; Le Cornet, Lucian ; Pokora, Roman ; Gradowska, Patrycja ; Meulepas, Johanna M. ; Kjaerheim, Kristina ; Istad, Tore ; Olerud, Hilde ; Sovik, Aste ; Bosch de Basea, Maria ; Thierry-Chef, Isabelle ; Kaijser, Magnus ; Nordenskjöld, Arvid ; Berrington de Gonzalez, Amy ; Harbron, Richard W. ; Kesminiene, Ausrele. / Cohort Profile: the EPI-CT study: A European pooled epidemiological study to quantify the risk of radiation-induced cancer from paediatric CT. In: International Journal of Epidemiology (Advance Access published July 31,2007). 2018 ; Vol. 2018. pp. 1-10.

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abstract = "Medical diagnostic examinations, although delivering low doses of ionizing radiation, are the main man-made source of ionizing radiation exposure for the general population. The number of procedures performed has grown dramatically in high-income countries in recent decades.1 Among these examinations, the use of computed tomography (CT), a highly informative medical imaging technique, has dramatically increased, partly as a result of the ease and speed of image acquisition improvements over the years. These trends are also observed in paediatric CT, which currently represents approximately 11{\%} of all CT examinations.1",
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