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Ch. 14 Four Radiographic Qualities Ch. 16 technique Conversion & Comparison
Four Radiographic qualities Density Contrast Detail distortion/Magnification
35% & 2x rule for MAS
Contrast & Scale of Contrast
Assign worksheets in section IV in module
Ch. 15 Exposure compensation
MAS RECIPROCITY DIRECT PROPORTION SQUARE LAW KVP GRID DENSITY COMPENSATION FACOTRS
Collimation Intensifying Screen speed film speed
Factors which we do not adjust, but can affect density Processor Pathology Patient size (maybe we can compress?)
Contrast Compensation Factors KVP MAS Collimation OID Patient (Do we adjust the patient?)
Factors which we do not adjust which effect Contrast Processor Filtration? Film
Factors which effect Detail SID OID FS SCREEN FILM MOTION
Factor we do not adjust Film/screen contact
Adjusting Magnification SID OID
Adjusting Distortion Angle CR Angle body part
End of chapter 16
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