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Abstract Title:

Recent advances in the effects of microwave radiation on brains.

Abstract Source:

Mil Med Res. 2017 09 21 ;4(1):29. Epub 2017 Sep 21. PMID: 29502514

Abstract Author(s):

Wei-Jia Zhi, Li-Feng Wang, Xiang-Jun Hu

Article Affiliation:

Wei-Jia Zhi

Abstract:

This study concerns the effects of microwave on health because they pervade diverse fields of our lives. The brain has been recognized as one of the organs that is most vulnerable to microwave radiation. Therefore, in this article, we reviewed recent studies that have explored the effects of microwave radiation on the brain, especially the hippocampus, including analyses of epidemiology, morphology, electroencephalograms, learning and memory abilities and the mechanisms underlying brain dysfunction. However, the problem with these studies is that different parameters, such as the frequency, modulation, and power density of the radiation and the irradiation time, were used to evaluate microwave radiation between studies. As a result, the existing data exhibit poor reproducibility and comparability. To determine the specific dose-effect relationship between microwave radiation and its biological effects, more intensive studies must be performed.

Study Type : Review

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