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Nuclear medicine techniques work through the detection of this kind of radiation, injected into the body by adding a radioisotope to a certain drug: a. Alpha particles b. X-rays c. Gamma-rays d.
Neutrons
The answer is b. X-rays.
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User: Nuclear medicine techniques work through the detection of this kind of radiation, injected into the body by adding a radioisotope to a certain drug: a. Alpha particles b. X-rays c. Gamma-rays d. Neutrons

Weegy: The answer is b. X-rays.
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User: Because of its low penetrating ability, the type of radiation which is usually only a hazard when inhaled or ingested is: A. Gamma radiation B. Alpha radiation C. Beta radiation D. Neutron radiation

Weegy: a. Alpha radiation
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User: In a, a major failure has occurred, but an immediate response by the public is not needed. A. Alert B. General Emergency C. Site Area Emergency D. Unusual Event

Weegy: SITE AREA EMERGENCY is an event in progress or that has occurred which involves actual or likely major failures of plant functions needed for protection of the public. [ Any releases of fission products are not expected to exceed Environmental Protection Agency Protective Action Guideline exposure levels except near the nuclear power plant boundary. ]
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User: Radiation received by the body over a short period is: A. Acute exposure B. Chronic exposure C. Sublethal exposure D. Supralethal exposure

Weegy: Radiation received by the body over a short period is: A. Acute exposure ..........
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