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How To Download RadiAnt DICOM Viewer For Mac [2020][Full] Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) . Radiation exposure to the fetus can come from maternal exposure and the patient can be exposed to radiation from the source. The radiation exposure of a pregnant woman may be measured as the dose received during a single scan, or average dose received over the period of the scan, or dose received during a specific time window. The dose received by the fetus depends on the radiation dose exposure of the mother, the fetal dose equivalent and the fetal weight. Based on the dose received by the mother, there is a dose to fetus risk that is linear with the dose to the mother. The dose to the fetus is 0.2 to 2.0 mSv for a single scan and 1.2 to 12 mSv for an average dose. If the patient is exposed to radiation for less than one month, the dose to the fetus may be 0.2 mSv or less. If the patient is exposed for more than one month, the fetus may be exposed to 2 mSv or more. The radiation exposure to the fetus is at least several hundred times lower than the radiation exposure to the mother. A scan may not provide radiation exposure to the fetus, if the dose to the mother is less than 0.2 mSv. This radiation exposure may be done at any time during the pregnancy. The ideal period for the scan is between the 11th and 20th week of pregnancy. From figure 9, you can see that the exposure dose to the fetus is much lower than the exposure dose to the mother. The risk of radiation exposure to the fetus is also much lower than the risk of radiation exposure to the mother. The dose to the fetus is much lower than the fetal dose equivalent. If the radiation exposure is greater than 0.2 mSv, the risk of fetal radiation exposure is much lower than the risk of maternal radiation exposure. The fetal radiation dose equivalent is also linear with the radiation exposure to the mother. Radiation exposure to the fetus may come from maternal exposure or the patient may be exposed to radiation from the source. Radiation exposure to the fetus can be measured as the dose received during a single scan, or average dose received over the period of the scan, or dose received during a specific time window. The dose received by the fetus depends on the radiation dose exposure of the mother, the fetal dose equivalent and the fetal weight. The dose to









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