Digital radiography Results of a survey (part A) and a consensus conference (part B)
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Digital imaging (digital image intensifier radiography, storage phosphor/selenium radiography) is increasingly becoming commonplace in radiology departments for diagnostic purposes. Despite 10 years of experience, the advantages and disadvantages of those methods are still heavily discussed among users, financiers and prescribers. This paper is to offer additional arguments for a thorough and objective discussion. No further comments or interpretations have been added to this paper. This paper consists of two main parts, A and B. The first part deals with the results of a user survey, the other part presents the results, i. e. statements, of a consensus conference.