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Radiography Uses is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Radiography Uses books and related discussion.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Lessons in Radiography Using the X-Ray Simulation Program
- Lessons in Radiography. Using the X-Ray Simulation Program. Student Booklet.
- Clinical Experiences with Slot Radiography using SONIALVISION
- R/F. Photo 1 NTT East Corp Sapporo Hospital. Clinical Experiences with Slot Radiography using SONIALVISION safire II, and Its Utility.
- Digital radiography: CR versus DR? Time to reconsider the options
- uses in conventional X-ray cassette trays and bedside portable radiography.
- REAL TIME NEUTRON RADIOGRAPHY USING A LIXI NEUTRON
- REAL TIME NEUTRON RADIOGRAPHY USING A LIXI NEUTRON IMAGING DEVICE. John T. LINDSAY and John D.
- Digital Applications of Radiography
- traditional areas of radiography as well as for completely new applications.
Suggested News Resources
- Quantum Completes an Installation of 2 Q-Rad-DIGITAL "DRX Series" Systems at
- Digital radiography uses lower doses of radiation compared to conventional x-ray and is more environmentally friendly because chemical processing is eliminated.
Suggested Web Resources
- Radiography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Radiography is the use of X-rays to view a non uniformly composed material such as the human body.
- Uses of Radioactivity
- Radiation Sources. X-Ray Generators. High Energy Radiation Systems.
- Bone X-ray
- The equipment typically used for bone x-rays consists of an x-ray tube suspended over a table on which the patient lies.
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