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.
KeywordsDigital Subtraction Angiography Imaging Plate Wide Dynamic Range Energy Subtraction Fuji Compute Radiography
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