The evaluation of remote cytogenetic consequences was studied in population, irradiated at low level during 40 years and more preferentially internally. Mean level of exposure was in 1950 year at maximum--0.2 Sv/year. In 1993 year it was equal 1.95 mSv/year. It was revealed statistically significant increasing of chromosome type of aberrations in lymphocytes of irradiated people in comparison with control ones. The incidence of chromosome type exchanges in irradiated individuals comprised 0.43 per 100 cells, and 0.17 per 100 cells in the control.