Cinefluorography: proceedings of the first annual symposium on Cinefluorography ; sponsored by the Department of Radiology, University of Rochester, School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, New York, Friday and Saturday, November 14 and 15, 1958
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11-inch image intensifier 16mm film 30 frames 35mm film 5-inch image 5-inch tube aperture apparatus beam camera speed cent characteristic curve cinefluorography Cineflure Film Cinematography Cineradiography closed-circuit television collimating lens collimator density diameter dose electron optical employed emulsion equipment exposed fiber fiber bundle film speed fluorescent screen Fluorex fluoroscopic fluoroscopic screen focal length frames per second graininess high contrast image intensifier tube inches increase input phosphor Janker kilovoltage kinescope Kodak layer lens lenses light Lignon Linagraph low-contrast method mirror optical motion-picture camera motion-picture film negative optical system output phosphor patient phantom photocathode photoconductive photographic projection pulldown radiation radiographic Radiology recorded reduced Rochester Roentgen scanning sensitivity shown in Figure shutter opening synchronous technics television camera television system thyratron tion University of Rochester Vidicon vignetting voltage Weinberg Westinghouse x-ray exposure x-ray image X-ray image intensifier x-ray motion pictures x-ray pulses x-ray tube