The ten most cited references of the 979 publications.
|Year||Publication||Citation count (by the 979 ALARA publications)||Total citation count|
|2001||Brenner DJ, Elliston CD, Hall EJ, Berdon WE. 2001. Estimated risks of radiation-induced fatal cancer from pediatric CT. Am. J. Roentgenol. 176(2), 289–296.||32||1724|
|2001||Paterson A, Frush DP, Donnelly LF. 2001. Helical CT of the body: Are settings adjusted for pediatric patients?. Am. J. Roentgenol. 176(2): 297–301.||16||300|
|2000||Pierce DA, Preston DL. 2000. Radiation-related cancer risks at low doses among atomic bomb survivors. Radiat. Res. 154(2): 178–186.||15||442|
|2001||Donnelly LF et al. 2001. Minimizing radiation dose for pediatric body applications of single-detector helical CT: Strategies at a large children’s hospital. Am. J. Roentgenol. 176(2): 303–306.||15||334|
|2007||Brenner DJ, Hall EJ. 2007. Current concepts – Computed tomography – an increasing source of radiation exposure. N. Engl. J. Med. 357(22): 2277–2284.||15||4175|
|2003||Frush DP, Donnelly LF, Rosen NS. 2003. Computed tomography and radiation risks: What pediatric health care providers should know. Pediatrics 112(4): 951–957.||14||319|
|2002||Brenner DJ. 2002. Estimating cancer risks from pediatric CT: Going from the qualitative to the quantitative. Pediatr. Radiol. 32(4): 228–231.||12||321|
|2003||Linton OW, Mettler FA Jr. 2003. National conference on dose reduction in CT, with an emphasis on pediatric patients. Am. J. Roentgenol. 181(2): 321–329.||11||248|
|1996||Pierce DA, Shimizu Y, Preston DL, Vaeth M, Mabuchi K. 1996. Studies of the mortality of atomic bomb survivors. Report 12, Part I. Cancer: 1950–1990. Radiat. Res. 146(1): 1–27.||10||607|
|2004||Lee CI, Haims AH, Monico EP, Brink J. A, Forman HP. 2004. Diagnostic CT scans: Assessment of patient, physician, and radiologist awareness of radiation dose and possible risks. Radiology 231(2): 393–398.||10||382|
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