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Michal Marko, Peter Leška, Denisa Jurenová, Robert Furda, Michal Greguš
Czech and Slovak Ophthalmology, Volume 76, pp 37-44; doi:10.31348/2020/5

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Sunny Chi Lik Au
Journal of Ophthalmology and Research, Volume 3, pp 27-31; doi:10.26502/fjor.2644-00240016

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Introduction Radiopharmaceuticals are not commonly used in ophthalmologist hands, but occasionally used for head and neck cancers [1], especially over the southeastern Asia [2]. With close proximity between the eyes and the sinuses, ophthalmologists sometimes encounter these oncological patients with ocular complaints secondary to orbital invasion of tumor [3]. Here, we outline an ophthalmologist encounter with clinical radiation hazard from such, and patient’s problem with after-life cremation.
S. Packer
Published: 1 January 1984
Seminars in Nuclear Medicine, Volume 14, pp 21-30; doi:10.1016/s0001-2998(84)80052-5

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Frederick C. Blodi
Archives of Ophthalmology, Volume 95, pp 165-166; doi:10.1001/archopht.1977.04450010165022

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