English-Hanzi/The radiation used in CT scans can damage human cells

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The radiation used in CT scans can damage human cells including DNA molecules, leading to cancer caused by radiation. The radiation dose received from the CT scan is variable. Compared with the lowest-dose X-ray technology, the dose of CT scans can be 100 to 1,000 times that of traditional X-rays.

CT扫描中使用的辐射会损坏包括DNA分子在内的人体细胞,从而导致由辐射引起的癌症。 从CT扫描接收的辐射剂量是可变的。 与最低剂量的X射线技术相比,CT扫描的剂量可以是传统X射线的100到1,000倍。