Improving justification of medical exposures using ionising radiation: considerations and approaches from the European Society of Radiology

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This discussion paper has been produced within the context of the European Society of Radiology EuroSafe Imaging initiative and considers primarily the issues and challenges associated with justification of medical exposures using ionising radiation for individual patient diagnostic imaging procedures. It addresses both regulatory requirements and practical considerations and discusses approaches that are intended to improve justification.

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Ebdon-Jackson, S., & Frija, G. (2021). Improving justification of medical exposures using ionising radiation: considerations and approaches from the European Society of Radiology. Insights into Imaging, 12(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/s13244-020-00940-0

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