*Close-up of previous photo. (HPMM)
*Days of development of keloids. (, 122. Table 20)
General conditions of blood injury:
—From day of exposure: nausea, vomiting, general malaise.
—From 10th to 14th day: loss of hair, marked malaise, persistent fever, decrease of white blood cells, followed by anemia, decrease of blood platelets, gingivitis (bleeding gums), oropharyngitis, and skin perpura.
---In persons surviving over 20 days: drop of red cell count, but symptoms began to improve with gradual recovery of white cell and platelet counts.
*Clinical changes of keloids. , 122. Table 21)
People beyond the direct effects of primary radiation (near ground zero) suffered effects of radioactivity in fallout. Actual numbers are unknown, but besides local residents, affected persons included relief and first-aid teams. One survey lists 57,839 early entrants and 9,184 engaged in rescue activity for Hiroshima, and respective numbers of 21,315 and 3,035 for Nagasaki.
Payne, GeoffReviewed by Christos Orfanidis
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