Computed Imaging with Stimulated Luminescence Technique
During the last 5 years, several new types of computed radiographic systems intended to replace conventional radiographic techniques have appeared. The screen-film system has thus been replaced as an X-ray sensor either by an image intensifier TV camera system or by various types of linear array sensors, as in computerized tomography (CT), converting the signals into digital form [2, 6]. These sensors have limitations, so the image quality is not comparable to that of the screen-film combination. Improvements in image intensifiers, TV cameras, and array systems do, however, give promise of higher quality in the future.
KeywordsCompute Radiography Digital Radiography Subject Contrast Photostimulable Phosphor Phosphor Imaging Plate
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