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by Lee Goldman

Author: Lee Goldman
Subcategory: Medicine
Language: English
Publisher: Medical Physics Pub Corp (June 30, 2006)
Pages: 368 pages
Category: Medicine
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and technology of digital radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging systems as well as their testing and quality control

Originally prepared for a July 2004 summer school held at Carnegie Mellon, these 12 papers provide background information on the science and technology of digital radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging systems as well as their testing and quality control. Other topics include flat panel DR detectors, CCD digital radiographic detectors, AEC performance evaluation, quality control with digital receptors, equipment inspection, and the limitations of CRT displays. No index is provided.

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Specifications, Performance Evaluations, and Quality Assurance of Radiographic and Fluoroscopic Systems in the Digital Era. American Association of Physicists in Medicine. Medical Physics Monograph No. 30. In: Samei E, Flynn MJ Eds. Advances in Digital Radiography: Categorical Course in Diagnostic Radiology Physics. Oak Brook: RSNA 2003Google Scholar. 12. Padgett R, Kotre CJ: Assessment of the effects of pixel loss on image quality in direct digital radiography. Phys Med Biol 49:977–986, ogle Scholar.

This book provides comprehensive and cohesive instruction in the technology and evaluation of radiographic and fluoroscopic imaging, particularly those incorporating digital image receptors. The tools needed for specifying, inspecting, and evaluating these systems are used as a unifying frame-work for reviewing the state-of-the-art of radiographic and fluoroscopic systems, the principles of image quality analysis, the technolgy and digital receptors, and techniques available to evaluate - and maintain - the clinical performance of these systems. Emphasis is on clinical practicality, clinical applicability, and consistency, with guidelines and recommendations from various sources.