republic of belarus


Summary: A country in Eastern Europe, east of Poland. The capital is Minsk.

Top Publications

  1. Osipenko D, Marochkov A. [Analysis of postoperative quality of life and survival of patients after surgical interventions on carotid arteries]. Angiol Sosud Khir. 2012;18:85-91 pubmed
    ..541 and p=0.148, respectively). ..
  2. Bliznets E, Marcul D, Khorov O, Markova T, Poliakov A. [The mutation spectrum of the GJB2 gene in Belarussian patients with hearing loss. Results of pilot genetic screening of hearing impairment in newborns]. Genetika. 2014;50:214-21 pubmed
    ..The c.35delG mutation was detected in a homozygous state in a single newborn (hearing loss of moderate severity was subsequently audiologically confirmed in this child). ..
  3. Cahoon E, Nadyrov E, Polyanskaya O, Yauseyenka V, Veyalkin I, Yeudachkova T, et al. Risk of Thyroid Nodules in Residents of Belarus Exposed to Chernobyl Fallout as Children and Adolescents. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2017;102:2207-2217 pubmed publisher
    ..70) for nodules <10 mm. EORs/Gy for single and multiple nodules were comparable. Childhood exposure to internal I-131 is associated with increased risk of neoplastic thyroid nodules of any size and nonneoplastic nodules ?10 mm. ..
  4. Dowdall M, Bondar Y, Skipperud L, Zabrotski V, Pettersen M, Selnæs Ø, et al. Investigation of the vertical distribution and speciation of 137Cs in soil profiles at burnt and unburnt forest sites in the Belarusian Exclusion Zone. J Environ Radioact. 2017;175-176:60-69 pubmed publisher
  5. Marciulioniene D, Luksiene B, Montvydiene D, Jefanova O, Mazeika J, Taraškevičius R, et al. 137Cs and plutonium isotopes accumulation/retention in bottom sediments and soil in Lithuania: A case study of the activity concentration of anthropogenic radionuclides and their provenance before the start of operation of the Belarusian Nuclear Powe. J Environ Radioact. 2017;178-179:253-264 pubmed publisher