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Radiation House  
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Description
A new milestone in medical drama begins!
A medical diagnosis mystery manga depicting the other side of medical care, the radiology department.

Type
Manga

Related Series
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Associated Names
X光室的奇蹟
X光室的奇迹
Дом радиологии
ラジエーションハウス
레디에이션 하우스

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Latest Release(s)
c.63 by Fallen Angels 10 days ago
c.62 by Fallen Angels 15 days ago
c.61 by Fallen Angels 20 days ago
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Status
in Country of Origin
10 Volumes (Ongoing)

Completely Scanlated?
No

Anime Start/End Chapter
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User Rating
Average: 8.1 / 10.0 (55 votes)
Bayesian Average: 7.53 / 10.0
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Last Updated
June 7th 2021, 10:54am PST


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Year
2015

Original Publisher

Serialized In (magazine)
Grand Jump (Shueisha)

Licensed (in English)
No

English Publisher
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Activity Stats (vs. other series)
Weekly Pos #568 decreased(-33)
Monthly Pos #756 decreased(-62)
3 Month Pos #748 increased(+381)
6 Month Pos #1281 increased(+1056)
Year Pos #1588 increased(+470)

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On 448 reading lists
On 157 wish lists
On 15 unfinished lists
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A Story of Contradictions.  
by MondSemmel
June 20th, 2019, 4:58am
Rating: 8.0 / 10.0
This is kind of a weird story. It's commendable and tough to make a story about real medicine, and while that part can be dry at times, it can also be unnerving and thrilling. However, while the portrayal of the medicine seems accurate, that of the adults seems less so. Neither the male nor female protagonist act like functional adults; they're emotionally unstable, get into weird conflicts with other people, and in general feel more like teens than like practicing doctors or radiologists. I'm confused why these characters were designed this way, especially given that this is published in a seinen magazine.
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to ch18 not too bad against real life  
by scsijon
February 11th, 2019, 8:23pm
Rating: N/A
Having had the problem from the male side, and having family members who have had various types of cancer, I consider this is well overdue to explain what needs to be done to give some idea of what they need to know and deal with.

Hopefully ther detractors never have to go through treatments of the level we have.

Most medical professionals have a slightly warped sense of humor/life, since they have to deal with multiple people from many ways of life, some they can help, others they can't, they need to keep their balance somehow so as to help all in the best way they possibly can.

Oh, and one of our local lasses has decided to train as a radiologist, starting university this year. That's 4 years basic and a further 2 specialist, and she still won't be a doctor in the end, just a medical radiologist.

... Last updated on February 11th, 2019, 8:24pm
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I really hope this will get better.  
by hugeboy33
July 15th, 2018, 12:09pm
Rating: N/A
I'm not sure if I just don't look hard enough or it is indeed a rare theme: radiology. When I first read the synopsis I was intrigued and immediately started reading.

I have to admit that this manga has all the classis shounen tropes: genius/special manga character and a story from the past. I was like, okay, but stayed reading.

But God damn it. The female protagonist piss the hell out of me. I try not to use characters' traits as flaws of a story since it could be a fundamental point of the story, but the female protaganist is just not it. I am not in any way a person working in the medical field, but I am very sure nobody in the medical field is like her: unprofessional and lets her emotions and opinions cloud her mind. I imagine a person in the medical field who's like that would get sued or something, seriously. I truly hate her character... and the female patient (the mother one) sucks too I swear every female character (except the black-haired, glasses one) sucks and is a bitch. It's disappointing. I really hope the females can get better because this manga, in my opinion, has lots of potential...
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It's unfortunate  
by ohkimch
April 13th, 2018, 2:10pm
Rating: N/A
The male lead is a talented technician with a full medical license. A genius protag. Nothing particularly noteworthy, but not bad. He just fits neatly into one of many shounen archetypes.

One of the pros I noted was a side character who is bisexual. I mean, she sexually harasses another female technician, which is gross not only bc of the action itself but also bc it was obviously pandering to the hetmale gaze, but I was pleasantly surprised by a relatively normal LGBT side character.

The most significant and most irritating flaw is the female lead, as usual in the shounen/seninen manga. She's depicted as an ignoramus with a rash, prideful, immature, and stubborn personality.

Despite being a doctor and a professional, she flagrantly disrespects her new coworkers, fails to make coolheaded judgements regarding patients, is astonished and perplexed by the genius MC (to the point of dumbly questioning his diagnosis), and makes a "cute" puffed, red face in anger when he proves his abilities.

It's insulting to all female professionals in medicine to be connected to this mediocre portrayal in order to figuratively boost the MC's protagonist points and reaffirm gender stereotypes concerning the temperament and skill of women and men in STEM.

Amakasu An is, to put it simply, a brat. With that kind of attitude, work ethic, and lack of knowledge, she should've been lambasted and set straight during her residency.

Poor female characterization aside, the author did decent work in researching technical terms. And the scanlators did a fantastic job - the translations are very easy to read and understand.
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