Definition of dosimetry in English:

dosimetry

noun

See dosimeter

  • ‘Technical components include having in place predictive codes for dosimetry, decontamination technologies, triage, and population management experts.’
  • ‘Also, reducing in scattering and subsequent increasing in light penetration depth will affect the precise dosimetry for laser procedures.’
  • ‘The reduction in scattering and subsequent increase in light penetration depth will affect the dosimetry for laser procedures.’
  • ‘Other dosimetry developments include Internet-based dosimeter calibration and real-time monitoring of absorbed dose.’
  • ‘Another consideration linked to an abrupt change in optical properties for a given wavelength is that of dosimetry.’

Pronunciation

dosimetry

/dəʊˈsɪmɪtri/