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Construction of adult Japanese voxel phantoms with various body sizes and their applications to evaluation of organ doses due to external photon irradiation

Sato, Kaoru   ; Takahashi, Fumiaki  

Organ doses for dose assessment in radiation protection are derived from ICRP reference phantoms (Male:RCP-AM, Female:RCP-AF) with standard Caucasian physiques. In adult, Japanese are smaller than Caucasian. To study impact of differences in physiques between Caucasian and Japanese on organ doses, we previously constructed Japanese phantoms (Male:JM-103, Female:JF-103) with average adult Japanese physiques. In addition, adult Japanese physiques have also wide distribution. Thus, we newly modeled DJM (Male) and DJF (Female) with 8 physiques by changing the perimeters of JM-103 and JF-103. Organ doses due to external photon irradiation of DJM and DJF were calculated, and were compared with those of RCP-AM and RCP-AF. In ISO geometry at 0.3 MeV, it was found that doses of breast, colon, lung, stomach, gonad, urinary bladder, esophagus, liver and thyroid in DJM and DJF with physiques, which are applicable to most adult Japanese, agreed with those of RCP-AM and RCP-AF within 10%.



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