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Introduction to Radiology Concepts

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Let us disregard the anatomy seen on the radiograph for now and concentrate on basic radiographic principles. In Fig. 2.1, you can see examples of the four basic densities, bone, soft tissue, fat, and air, which are visible on a conventional radiograph.

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  • Densities
  • Bone
  • Soft tissue
  • Fat
  • Air
  • Metal
  • Silhouette sign

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Singh, H., Neutze, J.A., Enterline, J.R. (2015). Introduction to Radiology Concepts. In: Singh, H., Neutze, J., Enterline, J. (eds) Radiology Fundamentals. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-10362-4_2

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