Affiliation: University of Bremen
- Transuranic isotopes and 90Sr in attic dust in the vicinity of two nuclear establishments in northern GermanyI Schmitz-Feuerhake
University of Bremen, Department of Physics, PO Box 330440, 28209 Bremen, Germany
Health Phys 84:599-607. 2003..The derived release of alpha emitters is assumed to have contributed to the induction of a leukemia cluster in children, which was observed in Elbmarsch between 1990 and 1996...
- The Elbmarsch leukemia cluster: are there conceptual limitations in controlling immission from nuclear establishments in Germany?I Schmitz-Feuerhake
Department of Physics retired, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany
Arch Environ Contam Toxicol 49:589-600. 2005..The ongoing discussion highlights limitations in the immission-control concept, which is predominantly based on gamma-radiation monitoring...
- [Radiation risks from diagnostic radiology: meningiomas and other late effects after exposure of the skull]I Schmitz-Feuerhake
Gesundheitswesen 72:246-54. 2010....
- 'Lifestyle' and cancer rates in former East and West Germany: the possible contribution of diagnostic radiation exposuresInge Schmitz-Feuerhake
German Society of Radiation Protection, Berlin, Germany
Radiat Prot Dosimetry 147:310-3. 2011..The contribution of these to prostatic cancer and childhood leukaemia must be regarded as relevant in current incidences. Reduction of diagnostic exposures would be an important measure for preventing several prominent cancer diseases...