By B. A. Arnold, J. G. Kereiakes, S. R. Thomas (auth.), James G. Kereiakes, Stephen R. Thomas, Colin G. Orton (eds.)
Digital radiography is a common time period describing any projection radiological method within which the picture exists in electronic shape at a few level among acquisition and viewing. In an past shape, radiographic movies have been dig itized in an try and increase and redisplay info of curiosity. the sphere has developed to its present country, during which X-ray indications are detected electronically, switched over to electronic shape, and processed ahead of being recorded and displayed. a first-rate target of electronic radiography is the re moval of interfering results from secondary buildings in a picture, in order that clinically major information should be displayed with better visibility. The success of this objective consists of many parameters, together with con trast brokers, subtraction ideas, processing innovations, filtering tech niques, procedure noise, and quantitative elements. it's the function of this ebook to offer fabric through famous members within the box protecting numerous of the above subject matters. The authors recognize the secretarial and editorial guidance of Mrs. Helen Taylor and the editorial tips of Mrs. Ruth McDevitt. James G. Kereiakes Stephen R. Thomas Cincinnati, Ohio Colin G. Orton Detroit, Michigan ix Contents 1. electronic RADIOGRAPHY: assessment B. A. Arnold, 1. G. Kereiakes, and S. R. Thomas 1. creation . . . . . . . . . 1 2. Point-Scanned Detector structures three three. Line-Scanned Detector structures four four. zone Detector platforms five 4.1. Stimulable Phosphors five 4.2. Selenium Detectors .
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Digital Radiography: Selected Topics by B. A. Arnold, J. G. Kereiakes, S. R. Thomas (auth.), James G. Kereiakes, Stephen R. Thomas, Colin G. Orton (eds.)