An introduction to clinical utilization of CR
Through the adoption of a specific sensor i.e., an imaging plate which has a wide dynamic range, computed radiography (CR) has made it possible for digital radiograms with high spatial and high density resolution to be obtained at a relatively low X-ray dose. In order to make this new technique better be utilized, certain problems associated with it will be discussed here.
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