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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The present clinical interest in mutagenic agents in general and radiation in particular can be seen in the current proliferation of popular articles and reports on the effect of mutagens and radiation on biological systems. In spite of the continuing controversy over the effects of radiation from environmental sources, the most significant problem today is the increasing x-ray exposure of individuals due to the increasing radiological diagnostic capability and the expanding importance of radiographic procedures in medical diagnosis.
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