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Systemic Effects. Diseases of the hematopoietic tissues have been reported in patients given repeated injections of radium-224. Anemia, panmyelophthisis, and chronic myeloid leukemia were seen in excess of the control levels in these cases (compared with a higher incidence of acute leukemia in the control group) (Wick et al. 1986). Anemia has also been reported in case studies of the radium dial painters (Martland 1931), but the disease patterns have not been clearly established (Sharpe 1974). Studies with mice injected with radium-226 at 24 µCi/kg (889 kBq/kg) have demonstrated reductions in the hemopoietic stem cells of the bone marrow for at least 100 days after radium acquisition (Schoeters and Vanderborght 1981).

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4 Other Routes of Exposure Following intravenous administration of radium-224 to elderly human subjects (63 to 83 years), the excretion of radium was primarily via the feces, with fecal to urinary ratios of about 30-to-1 usually observed (Maletskos et al. 1966, 1969). Although these observations suggest that biliary excretion is involved, no data are available to verify that assumption. The whole body retention was about 15% after 20 days. The excretion of parenterally acquired radium from the human body occurs in two phases; the first phase is very rapid, but the small fraction that remains in the body is ultimately released very slowly, presumably due to the turnover of bone matrix.

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