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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||[edited by] Reginald Greene, Jörg W. Oestmann.|
|Contributions||Greene, Reginald E., Oestmann, Jörg-Wilhelm.|
|LC Classifications||RC78.7.D35 C62 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 177 p. :|
|Number of Pages||177|
|ISBN 10||0865773513, 3137645018|
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Collates the most important clinical and technological information needed by practicing radiologists as radiology moves from film to digital technology. In many cases, the summary of the literature is augmented by reports of personal experience.
the topics include the rationale for the transition to digital; a survey of systems, including financial aspects and measuring performance; and. Get this from a library.
Computed digital radiography in clinical practice. [Reginald E Greene; Jörg-Wilhelm Oestmann]. Computed radiography is one of the most promising digital radiography techniques, and is expected to replace the conventional screen film radiography in the near future.
This book is the first textbook on computed radiography written by Japanese authors and describes basic technologies and clinical results obtained at various hospitals. The goal of this book is to provide an accurate and adequate description of all the aspects of digital images and digital equipment, and their implications for radiographic technique and clinical application in a friendly way by providing crisp, clear illustrations along with readable text.
Computed radiography is one of the most promising digital radiography techniques, and is expected to replace the conventional screen film radiography in the near future.
This book is the first textbook on computed radiography written by Japanese authors and describes basic technologies and clinical results obtained at various hospitals. There are more than 60 CR systems working in clinical.
Nearly all textbooks to date claiming the title digital radiography have dealt primarily with the managerial aspects of the topic at the expense of any practical information on how digital imaging works and its clinical implications for the daily practice of radiography.
The goal of this book is to provide an accurate and adequate description. Digital technology radiography—including digital radiography (DR) and computed radiogra phy (CR) —represent s one of t he most im portant te chnical ad vances i n medical imag ing i n rec ent.
Ian D. McLean, Jan Martensen, in Clinical Imaging (Third Edition), Acquisition Systems. Various forms of digital radiology technology are available, most commonly described as either computed radiography (CR) or DR.
Traditionally, CR has been the acronym for computed radiography and DR the acronym for digital radiography. What is Computed Radiography (CR). Computed Radiography — or CR for short — is the use of a Phosphor Imaging Plate to create a digital image.
CR uses a cassette based system like analog film and is more commonly considered to be a bridge between classical radiography and the increasingly popular fully digital methods. Digital and Computed Radiography systems each offer different advantages and disadvantages over each other.
Many actually consider digital radiography X-Ray systems as the next step from computed radiography system owing to the greater safety and image quality advantages that these have to offer.
Digital Radiology: An Introduction for Technologists by Euclid Seeram is used for courses in radiographic imaging procedures, production, and exposure. This book will be a supplemental reading book in the Radiographic Imaging course and will specifically supplement Carlton/Principles of Radiologic s: The practice of digital radiography is a rapidly evolving technology that will require the timely revision of any guidelines and standards.
This document provides a basis for the technologies available today in clinical practice and may be useful in guiding the future clinical practice of digital radiography. Nearly all textbooks to date claiming the title “digital radiography” have dealt primarily with the managerial aspects of the topic at the expense of any practical information on how digital imaging works and its clinical implications for the daily practice of radiography.
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Before DR, technologists would typically position a patient, acquire an image, and then leave the patient alone while going to a cassette. Digital Radiography vs. Computed Radiography Explained To run a medical practice means balancing being a doctor with being a business owner.
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Digital Imaging Systems for Plain Radiography addresses the current technological methods. Over 2, review questions in the book and online offer practice with a multiple-choice format similar to the ARRT exam.
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METHODS: Cross sectional study was conducted from 20 March to 3 April in patients. After clinical assessment of those patients who needed X-ray examination, doctors in the emergency department would indicate whether film printing was necessary for subsequent patient care in a simulated computed radiography setting.
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ISBN: Most of projection radiography is currently performed using digital receptors such as computed radiography which makes use of photostimulable phosphors (e.g., BaFBr).
The data acquired by a digital radiographic system can be characterized by two key numbers: (1) the average radiation intensity incident on the imaging receptor, expressed as an.
Recent studies by the group have shown that EI values are being used in clinical practice to monitor radiation dose and assess image quality.
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In the process of transitioning from screen‐film to computed radiography (CR) and then to digital radiography (DR), “exposure creep” has become an issue. This term refers to the fact that digital images, relative to screen‐film, have a wider range of exposure levels producing acceptable contrast and this contrast does not deteriorate with a marginal increase of exposure.
Eighty patients (46 men and 34 women; age range, years; mean age, 63 years) who underwent CT of the chest were examined with the new digital radiography system, which is based on a 43 × 43 cm silicon flat-panel detector, and with a conventional screen-film system, which is used routinely in clinical practice.
Computed radiography (CR) systems based on photostimulable phosphor (PSP) image detectors (i.e., imaging plates) were first introduced commercially in .Such systems are widely accepted in radiology departments because they are cost-effective solutions to the shift from conventional film-based imaging to digital imaging, whereby the existing radiography equipment can be retained and used.
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