7 edition of Producing quality radiographs found in the catalog.
|Statement||Angeline M. Cullinan ; illustrations, Arnold L. Gómez.|
|LC Classifications||RC78 .C84 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
|LC Control Number||86021141|
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Producing quality radiographs by Angeline M. Cullinan,Lippincott edition, in English - 2nd by: 3. Producing quality radiographs by Cullinan, Angeline M. Publication date Topics Radiography, Medical, Technology, Radiologic, Producing quality radiographs book Control, Radiography, Medical Publisher Internet Archive Books.
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When an X-ray film has been exposed, it must be processed in order to produce a permanent visible radiographic image that can be kept without deterioration for a number of Size: 77KB.
Small area on the on the anode toward which the electrons from the focusing cup of the cathode are directed. X-rays originate at the focal spot. Geometric factors. Factors that relate to the relationships of angles, lines, points, or surfaces that contribute to the quality of radiographic image definition.
Screen-film contact-extraoral radiography, film should be in close contact with screenpoor contact equals fuzziness of image Crystal Size of Intraoral Film The smaller the size of the crystals in the film emulsion, the sharper the radiographic image.
Larger crystals produce less. A useful way to characterize the penetrating quality of an x-ray beam by its half-value layer (HVL). The HVL is the thickness of an absorber, such as aluminum, required to reduce by one half the number of x-ray photons passing through it.
As the average energy of an x-ray beam increases, so does it HVL. The term quality refers to the meanFile Size: 28KB. Radiographic Imaging: A Guide for Producing Quality Radiographs by Evelyn Frank Burns MEd RT(R) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Radiographic Imaging: a Guide for Producing Quality Radiographs by Burns Med Rt R, Evelyn Frank, Used - AbeBooks.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cullinan, Angeline M. Producing quality radiographs. Philadelphia: Lippincott, © (OCoLC) Producing Quality Radiographs by Angeline M Cullinan Be the first to review this item This comprehensive guide follows the curriculum of the American Society of Radiologic.
Concise and thorough, this introductory text gives readers the information they need to understand the requirements for producing good radiographic images. Easy to read and follow, the book discusses radiographic techniques and quality control, plus how to use accessories to produce consistent : $ The operator must take into account several distances to produce the ideal diagnostic quality image: 1) The distance between the x-ray source (at the focal spot on the target) and the surface of the patient's skin: Target- Surface Distance (depends on the length of the PID).
Radiograph Interpretation - Welds. In addition to producing high quality radiographs, the radiographer must also be skilled in radiographic interpretation. Interpretation of radiographs takes place in three basic steps: (1) detection, (2) interpretation, and (3) evaluation.
All of these steps make use of the radiographer's visual acuity. Radiographic imaging: a guide for producing quality radiographs by Burns, Evelyn Frank.
Publication date Topics Radiography, Medical, Quality Control, Radiography, Technology, Radiologic Publisher Philadelphia: Saunders Collection Internet Archive Books. American : Concise and thorough, this introductory text gives readers the information they need to understand the requirements for producing good radiographic images.
Easy to read and follow, the book discusses radiographic techniques and quality, plus how to use accessories to produce consistent results/5(4). Radiographic speed is formally defined as the inverse of the exposure necessary to produce a net film density (above base and fog) of an optical density (OD) equal to 1.
The density of a CR or DR image, however, is entirely arbitrary and dependent on the processing and not completely related to the by:.
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