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Ch. 14 Four Radiographic Qualities ChCh. 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 GRIDDENSITY COMPENSATION FACOTRS MAS RECIPROCITY DIRECT PROPORTION SQUARE LAW KVP GRID
Collimation Intensifying Screen speed film speed
Factors which we do not adjust, but can affect densityProcessor Pathology Patient size (maybe we can compress?)
Contrast Compensation FactorsKVP MAS Collimation OID Patient (Do we adjust the patient?)
Factors which we do not adjust which effect ContrastProcessor Filtration? Film
Factors which effect DetailSID OID FS SCREEN FILM MOTION
Factor we do not adjust Film/screen contact
Adjusting MagnificationSID OID
Adjusting Distortion Angle CR Angle body part
End of chapter 16
S. Guilbaud Education Director School of Radiologic Technology
Technical Aspects: the machine the image
EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK!!!!
[Radiography] Technique - Exposure Factors
Formulating Technique Charts
Chapter 11 Prime Factors.
Kilovolt Peak (kVp) kVp determine the quality of the beam.
4 Producing Quality Radiographs.
Advanced Biomedical Imaging Lecture 4 Dr. Azza Helal A. Prof. of Medical Physics Faculty of Medicine Alexandria University.
Chapter 18 Radiographic Exposure
Components of Radiographic Image Quality
Radiographic Quality Chapter 5.
Topic 3 Selection of kV High kV scattered radiation is energetic. Angle of rays is same as those of primary beam and is not deflected very much. Follows.
Chapter 17 The Grid So far we have discussed how kVp, patient size and collimation impact scatter radiation. As the part size and kVp increase, scatter.
Chapter 6, Fauber Supplement-Chapter 14, Bushong
Chapter 19 & 20 Image Quality & Techniques
MAMMO QC – covered in week 8
Analyzing the Image Density. Density Overall blackening of the image.
Part II Image Quality 1 Image Quality Photographic Quality Geometric Quality 2.
Technical Factors or Prime Factors
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