New Developments in Video Systems: Camera Tubes and Storage Devices

  • P. Marhoff
Conference paper

Abstract

Angiocardiographic X-ray examination demands high-grade technical equipment which frequently includes a biplane operation, making better spatial orientation possible. While the stereo technique also appears to be very suitable, so far it has only been applied in individual cases [1]. Instead of the cut film changer with its frame speed limitation, nowadays, without exception, the image intensifier cine technique is used for documentation. Only in this way can the high demands regarding image quality and dynamic resolution be satisfactorily met. For routine work, extremely high frame speeds (up to many hundreds per s) are unneccessary [2]; the emphasis is more on the range of 50–100 per s [3].

Keywords

Filtration Iodine Sine Antimony Bove 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Marhoff
    • 1
  1. 1.Siemens AGBereich Medizinische TechnikErlangenGermany

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