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Zorach R. Glaser, Ph.D.
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Research 'Report

Project MF12.524.015-00043,Report No. 2
Naval Medical Research Institute
National Naval Medical Center
Bethesda, Maryland 20014, U.S.A.
4 October 1971
Second Printing, with Revisions,
Corrections, and Additions: 20 April 1972
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More than 2000 references on the biological responses to radio
frequency and microwave radiation, published up to June 1971, are
included in the bibliography.* Particular attention has been paid to
the effects on man of non-ionizing radiation at these frequencies.
The citations are arranged alphabetically by author, and contain as
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much information as possible so as to assure effective retrieval
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SKej Words
Biological Effects
Non-Ionizing Radiation
Radar Hazards
Frequency Radiation
Radio
Microwave Radiation

Health Hazards
Bibliography
Electromagnetic Radiation Injury

made in this report,
The comments upon and criticisms of the literature
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and the recommendations and inferences
Navy Department
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or of the Naval Service.

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More than 2300 relerences on the biological responses to radio trequency and
microwave radiation, published up t April 1972, are included in this bibliography
ot the world iiterature. Particular attention has been paid to the effects on man
The citations are arranged
o: non-ionizing radiation at these 'requencies.
alphabetically by author,

and contain as much information as possible so as to

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Soviet and East European
literature is included in detail. An outline of the effects which have been
attributed tu radio trequency and microwave radiation is included as Chapter 1.
The revised report (which supersedes DDC report AD#734391) is updated with the
inclusion oi three supplementary listings, and has incorporated many corrections
and adoitions to the original 2100 citations.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Abstract

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Table of Contents

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Foreword

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Acknowledgments

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Chapter 1, Outline of Reported Biological Phenomena ('Effects')
and Some Clinical Hanifestations Attributed to
Microvave and Radio-Frequency Radiation

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Chapter 2, Bibliography, Alphabetical Listing

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Unsigned Reports and Articles

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Addenda, Alphabetical by Author

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Addenda, Unsigned Reports and Articles

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Fir3t Suppleeuntary Listing (5 October 1971)

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Appendix A, Accession Numbers and Sources
Second Supplementary Listing (21 November 1971)

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Third Supplementary Listing (17 April 1972)

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Foreword
It is the hope of the author that this bibliography will provide guidance to the diffuse and conflicting literature on the biological responses
to electromagnetic radiation at radio- and microwave-frequencies, with
particular reference to the effects of concern to man.
Such guidance is
needed in the formulation and appraisal of criteria and limits of human
exposure to "non-ionizing" radiation, and in the planning and conduct of
future research.
The original plans were to categorize and key the literature citations to the "outline of biological and clinical effects" (Chapter 1).
This proved to be a much more dif"icult and time-consuming task than
anticipated, and was actually completed only for about 400 papers.
Thus,
the letter-number combinations given in square brackets for some of the
"A" through "C" citations refer to the outline.
INV] indicates the citation was "not verified".
The standard format used throughout the bibliography is: author,
(date), journal, volume, (issue): page, "title". The authors are alphabetized, and in chronological order. Multiple authora 'xe also alphabetically ordered according to the second, third, etc., author.
Inclusive
pagination is given where possible, as is the original language of the
citation.
Report accession and translation numbers (some of which are
cited in Appendix A), and alternate sources are listed when known.
The
title of books is underlined.
When the title
of the report was not available (or not given), a short (one line) description of the paper is listed
whenever possible. Reports in which the name of the author was not given
are listed chronologically using the format, "title", reference, source,
(date).
In many cases the citation was obtained from secondary (and
tertiary) sources.
For this reason it was impossible to put every citation
into a consistent format.
In a few cases, papers have been cited which were presented at
symposia or meetings devoted to the present topic, even when the report
title
suggests that it does not pertain directly to the topic.
This has
been done to show the wide range of items considered relevant (at least
at the time of the meeting, and by the organizing chairman) in past years.
An example is "electroanesthesia".
A few citations of marginal and/or peripheral relationship have also
been included so that the reader may judge the applicability to his individual research needs.
Examples are reports dealing with the biological
effects of static and alternating magnetic fields, experimental techniques
using radio frequency and microwave radiation (e.g., electron spin resonance, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy), and microwave exposure limits, regulations, and standards.
References for a few limited-distribu ion government reports are
available upon request.

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The author welcomes information which will correct errors and omisCopies of new papers would be
sions (both of which no doubt exist).
greatly appreciated, and would encourage updating and revising the bibliography periodically.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The assistance and support received during the preparation of this
bibliography have been considerable, and I am happy to acknowledge my indebtedness and gratitude. Drs. John Keesey and Dennis Heffner, former and
present Heads of the Biophysics Division, and Dr. Seymour Friess, Director
of the Environmental Biosciences Department of the Naval Medical Research
Institute, permitted me the opportunitj to work on the bibliography, and
offered frequent encouragement.
Acknowledgment is also due to many friends and associates for their
helpful suggestions, comments, and loans and/or gifts of reports or other
material, which have been invaluable in the course of the work. "r. Glenn
Heimer of the Naval Ship Engineering Center contributed an extensive collection of government reports and dccuments, many of which had not previously
been cited in the open literature.
Special help in tracing and in the acquisition of relevant papers has
been received from the librarians and staff members of the NMRI library:
Mrs. Thelma Robinson, Mrs. Ernestine Gendlemen, Mrs. Eleanor Capps, and
Miss Deborah Grove.
Their diligence and resourcefulness in tracing and
obtaining copies of a large number of papers and reports, often in spite
of Incomplete and/or inaccurate citations given in other sources, enabled

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me to include many relevant items in the bibliography.
Mr. Christopher Dodge of the Scientific and Technical Center, Departsent of the Navy, provided much of the Soviet Bloc literature, linguistic
and other technical assistance, and in addition offered valuable comments
and encouragement throughout the preparation of this report.
Especially
noteworthy were the corrections and improremeuts suggested by Chris following his reading of the entire manuscript.
Helpful also in locating some of the Soviet literature was Mr. E. S.
Serebrennikov, of the Science and Technology Division, The Library of
Congress.
Credit is due Mrs. Ann& Woke (of this Institute) for translating many
of the German papers; to Dr. Emilio Weiss, who translated from the Italian,
and to Mrs. Edith Pugh who typed many "first
drafts"; also to Mrs. Rhoda
Glaser for her help in many aspects of the work.
Mrs. Fannie Epstein Aeserves special mention for her outstanding
editorial assistance, and especially for the heroic typing, organization,
and checking of the entire report.

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T- .aut line of Reported Biological Phenomena ('Effects') and
Clinical eal1festations Attributed to Microwave and Radio-Frequency
Radiatior, is patterneh after that given by R. Murray, .et al., in an
article entitled, "Has-o
safe are alcrowaves", which appeared in NonIonizing Radiation 1(1):7-8 (1969).
Some of the "effects" were listed
in the r#.ort by S. F. Cleary and W. T. Ham, Jr., entitled, "Considerations in the evaluation of the biological effects on exposure to microwave radiation!, (3ackground document, Port 1, 1969, for the Task Force
on Research Planving in Environmental Health, Subtask Force on Physical
Factors in the Environment).
The discusbion and suggestions offered by
Byron McLees,, Edward Finch, Lewis Gersbman, and Christopher Dodge relating to the Outline are also gratefully acknowledged.

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Medicine A,;,, -.irgery, Department of the Navy, under vork unit HF12.524.
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CIHAPTER I
Peported Diolorical Phenomena (*Effects')
and Some
Clinical Manifestations Attributed to !Iicrowave
and P.adlo-Frequency Padiation (See Note)
A.

Heating of Organs* (Applications:
coagulation, I.lecrrodesicoation,
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2.

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Diathermy, rlectrosurrerv,
lectrotomy)

Flectro-

M.ole Body (temnerature repulation defect), !Hyperpyreyla
Skin
Bone and Bone . tarro:
(a) Lens of Lye (cataractous lesions - due to the avascular
nature of the lens vhich prevents adequate heat dissipat i,w.I
(M) Corneal damane also poosil le at extrei.ely 0It fro- u4-i. 'c.
e'enitalia (tubular dreg.?neration of testicleF)

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C.. hrain
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Sinuses
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The effects are :tneralPy reversible except for 4a.
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Chianes in
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Striated :ttscte Contraction
Alteration of DWi-meter of Blood Vessels (increasec' va.tcr-lar
elasticity), Dilation
Changes in the Oxidative Processes in Tissues and ArranL
Liver Lnlargement
A.ltered Sensitivity to Drug Stitruli
Decreased Spernato.enesis (decreased fertility, to steril.)
Altered Sex Patio of Blrths (more girls!)
Altered ,!enstrual Activity
Altered Fetal Devwlopment
iAecreasee Lactation in :ursing ":others
Reduction in i'iuresis (',a+ excretio:,, via urine output)
Altered !'era!! function (decreased filtratir," ::- tul alef)
U:hanf-es in (onditioned P:eflexes
iecreased .;lectrical .eristance of Skin
Changes in tbU Structure of Skin re.cptorn of tie (a) i.-ti~e,
and (b) i-loot'-Carryinr Systcr.-:
Alterrd mIood Fnow !:ate

It is also reported that leov levels of irradiation produce a cooling
effect - "hypercor.pensation".

Note: Thece effects are listed without comment or endorse.:ent :Aince. t-e
literature abounds with conflicting reports.
In sonte cases the !:asi. f~nr
reporting an "effect" was a single or a non-statistical observaticr, i'"ich
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Alterations In the Siocurrents (KW?) of the Cerebral Cortex

18.
19.

Changes In the Rate of Clearance of Tagged Ions from Tissue
Reversible Structural Changes In the Cerebral Cortex and the
Diencephalon
Electrocardiographic (EKG) Changes
Alterations In Sensitivity to Light, Sound, and Olfactory
StImuli
Functional (a) and Pathological (b) Changes in the Eyes:
(a) decrease in size of blind spot, altered color recogPltion,
changes In Intraocular pressure, lacriaation, trembling cf eyelids; (b) less opacity and coagulation, altered tissue respiration, and altered reduction-oxidation processes
Myocardial Necrosis
At Fatal Levels
Hemorrhage in Lungs, Liver, Gut, and Brain
Generalized Degeneration of all Body Tissue
of Radiation
Loss of Anatomical Parts
Death
Dehydration
Altered Rate of Calcification of Certain Tissue

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Headaches

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6.
7.
8.
9.

Inomnia
Restlessness (Awake and During Sleep)
Electroencephalographic (EW) Changes
Cranial Nerve Disorders
Pyramidal Tract Lesions
Condittoned Reflex Disorders
Vagominetic Action of the Heart; Sympaticouminetic Action
Seizures, Convulsions

Autonomic Nervous System Effects
1.

Neuro-vegetative Disorders (e.g., alteration of heart rhythm)

2.

Fatigue

3.
4.

Structural Alterations Lu the Synapses of the Vague Nerve
Stimalatin of Parasympathetic Nervous System (Bradycardia),
and lnhbition of the Sympathetic Nervous System

Peripheral Nervous System Effects
Effects on Locowtor Nerves

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Psychological Disorders ("Human Behavioral Studies")
"Psychophysiologic (and Psychosomatic) Responses"
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Neurasthenia(general "bad" feeling)
Depression
Impotence
Anxiety
Lack of Concentration
Hypochondria

Dizziness
Hal lucinations
Sleepiness

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12.
13.
14.
15.

Insomnia
Increased Irritabiiity
')ecreased Appetite
Loss of !:er-ory
Scalp
Sensarions
Tncreasee
Fatirabilty

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17.

Chest rainA
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Behavioral (Cnanres (Aninal Studies)
Peflexive, Operant,

tvoldance, and DIscrinination Belaviors

Mood
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Disorders
(V = in vivo)
(v = in vitrt.'
Changes in:

1. Bloo.' anC Bone *:arrcn%

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Pha~oryt.:r (polrVorphs) and Bactericidal

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"5. ::uriber of L.rythroc'tes (Cecrease), also nneher of 1.yr- c, tt'.
Bl.ood CtluccFe foncentration (increase)
7.
Llood 11istanine rontent
Z. Cholesterol and Lipids
9.
Garma (also u and 0) Gl.obulin, and Total Protein Concentration
10.
Number of Eosinophils
11. Albumin/Globulin ratio (decrease)
PHemopoiesis (rate of formation of blood corpuscles)
12.
13.
14.*

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Leul-openia (increase in number of x0.ito cells), ancl Leu1-oc-,orosis
.eticulocytosis

1. Vascular Disorders
1. Thrombosis
2. Hypertension

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Enzyme and Other Biochemical Changes
Changes in activity of:
1. Cholinesterase (V,v)
2.
Phosphatase (v)
3.
Transaminase (v)
4.
Amylase (v)
5. Carboxydismutase
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

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13.

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Protein Denaturation
Toxin, Fungus, and Virus Inactivation (at high radiation dose
levels), Bacteriostatic Effect
Tissue Cultures Killed
Alteration In iRate of Coll Division
Increased Concentration of RVA in Lymphocytes, and Decreased
Concentration in Brain,. Liver, and Spleen
Changes in Pyruvic Acid, Lactic Acid, and Creatinine LxereJions
Change in Concentration of Glycogen in Liver (Hlyperglycevia)
Alteration in Concentration of 17- Ketosterolds in Urine

Metabolic Disorders

2.
3.

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Gastro-Intestinal Disorders
1.
2.
3.
4.

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Glycosuria (sugar in uriTe; related with blood sugar?)
Increase in Urinary Phenol (derivatives? DOPA?)
Alteration of rate of ietabolic Enzymatic Processes
Altered Carbohydrate Metabolism

Anorexia (loss of appetite)
Epigastric Pain
Constipation
Altered Secretion of Stomach "Digestive Juices"

Endocrine Gland Changes
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

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8.

Altered Pituitary runction
Ilyperthyroidism
Thyroid Enlargement
Increased Uptake of Radioactive Iodine by Thyroid Gland
Altered Adrenal Cortex Activity
Decreased Corticosteroids in Blood
Decreased Glucocorticoidal Activity
1lypogonadism (usually decreased testosterone production)

IN. Histological Changes
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1.

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Changes
Gross Changes

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Genetic and Chromoscrtal Changes

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Chromosome Aberrations (e.g., linear shortening, pseudochiasm,
diploid structures, amitotic division, bridging, "sticky"
chromosomes, irregularities in chromosomal env-zlope)
2. Mutations
3. Mongolism
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5.
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Somatic Alterations (changes in cell not involving nucleus or
chromosomes, cellular transformation)
Neoplastic Diseases (e.g*, tumors)

Pearl Chain Effect (Intracellular orientation of subcellular part cles,
and orientation of cellular and other (non-biologlc) particles)
Also, orientation of animals, birds, and fish in electromagnetic
fields

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Miscellaneous Effects
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Sparking between dental fillings
Peculiar metallic taste in mouth
Changes in Optical Activity of Colloidal Solutions
Treatment for Syphilis, Poliomyelitis, Skin Diseases
Loss of flair
Brittleness of flair

7. Sensations of Buzzing Vibrations, Pulsations, and Ticklinp About
8.
9.
10.

the Head and Ears
Copious Perspiration, Salivation, and Protrusion of Tonpue
Changes in the Operation of Implanted Cardiac Pacemakers
Changes in Circadian PMythms

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MANIFESTATIONS ATTRIBUTED 'TO MICROWAVE ANDRADIO-FREQUENCY RAD)IATION
1.

AARONSON,

T. (1970) Environment 12(4):2-10,

"Mystery" (A good review articlel

2.
ABRAMSON, E. I., BELL, 1., REJAL, a., TUCI, S.. SURNEFT, C., 4 FLEISCHER, C. 3. (1960)1Amer. J. of Physical Med. 39:67-95,
"Change, in blood flow. oxygen, uptake, and tissue temperatures produced by therapeutic physical agent", 1n. Effect of-shortvsve
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(A2, Bt2, 5t3,8161
ABRAMSON, D. I., HARRIS, A. 3., BEACONSFIELD, P., & SCIHOEDER. J. H. (1951) Arch. of Physical Ned.
3.
In peripheral blood flow prodi-ced by shortwave diathermy" (I)
(816, 121
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ABRIKOSOV,

I. A. (1954)

Dissertation, Moscow, "The Iplae

38:369-376, "Changes

UHF Field in Experimental and Clinical Prictice"

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ABRIKOSOV, I. A. (1955) Theses of Reports of the Scientific Session of the State St. Rae., Inst. of Physiotherapy. Moscow,
pp. 28-29, "The Action of a Pulsed Electric UHF Field on the Organism"
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ADDIbGTON. C. H.. FISCHER, F. P., NEUBAUER, R. A., OSIORNI. C.. SA,)EEs Y. T., & SWARTZ.1 G. (1958) Proc. 2nd Trn-service
Conf. on Biological Effects of Microwave Energy (PattiasbalE, G.
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II. Ophthalnological studies"
7.
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Conf. on Biological Effects of Microwave Radiating Equipments (Snsakind, C., ed.) 3-1-9, "Siological effects of microwave
energy at 200 megacycles upon the eyes of selected
mmsels"
(A4, B22)
8.
ADOIGTOi.,
C. H.. OSIORN, C., SIARTZ, G.. FISCHER., F. P.. , SARYZES,
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9.
ADDIN•ONr, C. H., OSBORN, C., SWARTZ, G., FISCHER, F. P., NEUBAUER. R. A:., & SARKEES. Y. T. (1961) Proc. 4thi Trn-service
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11. AFA.A'YEV, B. G., (1968) Voyeuno-Meditsiaskiy Zh.' (1):73-74, "The functional condition of the adrenal cortex in ship
specialists who are subjected to the action of a super-high frequency L4 field" '
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(1964) Nature (London) L02(4931):452-,

"Effect of a mgnetic field on carbaordiasstase"

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M. (1961) Zdravookhraneaiye Karakhstana (Public Healtih of Kazakhstan)
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and potential hazards"
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2247.
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2254.

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national nicrow-ave crxponre ruides"

.I("0

L•.L':-n, ::. 1.. (1971) VSr!../'ES, Lur. of lad. !.ealti
2279.
new tvves ol detectors for evaluation of health haztrd."
-uýu,
2230. TAPIE, E L. (1W96) Pacific "Issile r.nre (Pt.
lularS : created N" lected ,i h-y'•-or rndst %ets"
t
A. (14.11) Int:"dation ",nio-rftec
7-.:.
:2--1.
74-71.
MUFFE:Ihi.
. jlt f'ent.
-ad
"C,
r
Ff1 cctnS..
lth A.,th-ur-vr-. -.F-7", "Eai-..,
:1.
and (Wit..
2.82

C
tST~-

V(1'~

litr

.deie15:il56

~.Ids.

-yrirne Agnr.
J/t•.'771-1),

(ftb. :o.

ralif.), rent.

t
'is.

fl,

75-47*

'-'-.'-r

!

t
13 p•nes, "'icro'svr --w-surtne.ts

"('),

0
-186 1),
C
~~

"0

srndv

"iorosi
'!
,-lt.-r
r
freanunci V0Th"lrc

d-v, -' it.., e

a.1i

,

161"*

4theeffect of

*r
s"te"r"

1-

-r-

-'7 .-

ribd

io'.

m-. 'r-t inn int

ion
r .1TI."'
.,-rlcr'vw


'u"

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2283. TI-•ipsor. V. D.. & Bltqc9.r)l,, A- r.
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":'mctional disturbance.

2285. TOLCSK-%A.. n. S., L RWu•o Z. V. (1971) leditslna Pub. liase, Mosow,
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2287.
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2288. ".r. ZVI', I-. l.,
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2289.

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vonic

2290.

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hietetic ,coc.

56:133-13S. "Iffect o0 electronic cookery

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licht, an? III radio waves

'an.rzta'i.pauco-hia

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2292.
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"Chances in corneal asti•natien obeorved

2293. YAGI. L. (1970) Nippon Acts Radiol. (Jao.) 30:184-204. (In Jap., vith Eng. abstr., fi,.
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.
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2296. ZAMI. I. (1969) 4Wth Annual Sci. :.eetinL of the Aerospace
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1297. ZI o•',t
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2298.
ZPa
C A. & h.•
;:AIVAIS, V. -. (197-1) ZvtoIoriaf.2(2):14(-l51, (In hens.), "•'-acti.ans of the -iroc
''-r--' "f t liver of V itre nice to the action of elcctrona-net~e fie•ld"
Iflinar
hoi!, ana a-rnarnncr of -tant ceIN, -4t )- .
2299.

"l.r-ort-nt areas of electronic rescarchl;

-opilation ef stotemnet

I

leaders in the field". (?..- 'iw5-' ). (I- 'f.

~'arr"ar'

MO0. "' Nat nilovrical action of radio frcquestcy elprtrcam-aatir fields anal a'vrnetir fields.:
rein'?'" ne the
-o'~1r'~c.-'i
rrrruerra.-u
anaOther Field rfferatn.
awt5ttlIninlor
('Arnittet', %a~ce 'cloen.
'.a

'

2301. " .elen Rdia-Freo.,encv Nzanrd- ra'rol'cwa", "hica of 7Fain) 1perntions instruction ('P".M'I
o'-11.)a!
1968. ("T,
'ronulrat." policy_ nertaininp to the vaalutvorn if r-aIio frequency . rnAtl nroi'cas involvin' ..rainince, ner'-nr'.
and veli;i:c -at.'r.ial., anndto assirn resnonsihi
ivt in connection therewith•)
2302.

':..penrxe.

rTact Te electr'•cenctic radlati.n risks." Electronics

.:1-34,

(..ur.

16, 1971)

2303. "' tud? --1 ana crnation rurrentlv available on eleetra!=rectir side iffects," 'ent. bv Interfere..ce torvsulra.t.. In,4
Boston. f"-a 'cer ,' Trelco=tsiunications bhnarerornt, Office of Vnergtemyy Prajaaredris.e'
Executive "'uti.
-1 ?',:c 'bte
u-,~t.
Vol. 1. f4h
(
.10114-.1. "ct. 1968; V'0.l1.I,
&N op. (':O1')rontaininr biblioncranthy and laist,.ri. !n'-unc tr., Sernt. :11
2304.

"1 lectroenarnetisn to induce abortion?

fetuses," -&i'ai

23C5.

torl. :'.us. r. 487 only.

"'M~ectrotsleWp

taperitent. sho-r

xposure to nicrovave raiatinn can cautuo.'aeibe
ork of Z. I.. Brent) (April '1, 19711

held aid in depression, anxiety," V. S. 'ledicine 1(22): pp. 10 &od 1,

(15 rtoy.

rfsaorpl h,-

".

rat

1971)

2306. "limb re-ceneration in r-rnals: Research Indicates that electricity stimulates partial reroet-'. nf vw-utatce: limbs
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2307. '.icroavz safety••
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2308.

"Waar

Circular 5o. 6.tn1. laiv. of badiol'eical Health, ?ur. of tnvironnental Healt!,.

rodliatioo riles residents," Industrial Rteseartla,
p. 2" only, (1'ar. 1972,

~o,

Illinois Dent.

2309.

fron interference T1dhno~loy EatftiierS' Matter, (R & Bi
"Radiation hazards." (including RF and microwave frequenciesn,
,B
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Eaterprises.,

conL'ining articles by Clotows & Sadchikovat
2310. "Effects of wicrovave irradiation - USSR." Rept. (JPRS 51218 & N70-391,84),
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Moscow, (1970)

C
@

4eseage ftro the
2311. "Annual Report on the Administration of the Radiation ControL for Health and Safety Act of 196r.
President of the United States Transmitting the Annual Rqprt on thz tdministration of the Radiation Control for Uealth and
Safety Act of 1968 (Public Law 90-602), covering 1970. 92nd Congt~ss, ist Session, lHouse Document No. 92-113. U. S. GoveraNeit
Printing Office, llashir,.ton. D. C., 1971

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