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Understanding Radiography [electronic resource].

By: Hiss, Stephen S.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Springfield : Charles C Thomas Publisher, LTD, 2003Description: 1 online resource (654 p.).ISBN: 9780398084332 (electronic bk.); 0398084335 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Radiography, Medical -- Image quality | Radiography, Medical -- Processing | Medicine | MEDICAL -- Allied Health Services -- Radiological & Ultrasound Technology | MEDICAL -- Radiology & Nuclear MedicineGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Understanding RadiographyDDC classification: 616.07572 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
UNDERSTANDING RADIOGRAPHY; CONTENTS; Chapter One CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGE; Chapter Two RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING FILM; Chapter Three AUTOMATIC PROCESSING; Chapter Four INTENSIFYING SCREENS; Chapter Five MILLIAMPERAGE; Chapter Six FOCAL FILM DISTANCE; Chapter Seven KILOVOLTAGE; Chapter Eight THE HUMAN BODY AS AN EMITTERAND BEAM MODIFIER; Chapter Nine CONTROLLING THE REMNANT BEAM; Chapter Ten TOMOGRAPHY; Chapter Eleven CONVERSION FACTORS IN RADIOGRAPHY; Chapter Twelve FILM CRITIQUE; Chapter Thirteen RADIATION PROTECTION; Chapter Fourteen X-RAY TUBES.
Chapter Fifteen THE X-RAY CIRCUITChapter Sixteen TV CAMERAS, IMAGE INTENSIFICATION, AND DIGITAL SUBTRACTION; Chapter Seventeen COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY; Chapter Eighteen IMAGING NETWORKS ANDPACS TECHNOLOGY; Chapter Nineteen COMPUTERIZED RADIOGRAPHY; INDEX.
Summary: This fourth edition of Understanding Radiography not only contains updated and refreshed material on familiar imaging technology, it also provides thorough explanations with many original illustrations of high speed CT imaging, PACS networks, computerized and direct digital radiography. Further, it contains new insights that will help prepare students for board exams. Experienced technologists will benefit through a broader understanding of the associated terminology, and how these technologies can be used to provide the highest level of imaging services possible. Chapters have undergone revis.
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UNDERSTANDING RADIOGRAPHY; CONTENTS; Chapter One CHARACTERISTICS OF THE RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGE; Chapter Two RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING FILM; Chapter Three AUTOMATIC PROCESSING; Chapter Four INTENSIFYING SCREENS; Chapter Five MILLIAMPERAGE; Chapter Six FOCAL FILM DISTANCE; Chapter Seven KILOVOLTAGE; Chapter Eight THE HUMAN BODY AS AN EMITTERAND BEAM MODIFIER; Chapter Nine CONTROLLING THE REMNANT BEAM; Chapter Ten TOMOGRAPHY; Chapter Eleven CONVERSION FACTORS IN RADIOGRAPHY; Chapter Twelve FILM CRITIQUE; Chapter Thirteen RADIATION PROTECTION; Chapter Fourteen X-RAY TUBES.

Chapter Fifteen THE X-RAY CIRCUITChapter Sixteen TV CAMERAS, IMAGE INTENSIFICATION, AND DIGITAL SUBTRACTION; Chapter Seventeen COMPUTERIZED TOMOGRAPHY; Chapter Eighteen IMAGING NETWORKS ANDPACS TECHNOLOGY; Chapter Nineteen COMPUTERIZED RADIOGRAPHY; INDEX.

This fourth edition of Understanding Radiography not only contains updated and refreshed material on familiar imaging technology, it also provides thorough explanations with many original illustrations of high speed CT imaging, PACS networks, computerized and direct digital radiography. Further, it contains new insights that will help prepare students for board exams. Experienced technologists will benefit through a broader understanding of the associated terminology, and how these technologies can be used to provide the highest level of imaging services possible. Chapters have undergone revis.

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