Optimization of Image Quality and Patient Exposure in Diagnostic Radiology
A concise review of the overall framework for quality control in diagnostic radiology including clinical, scientific and technical requirements. These are the proceedings of a workshop organized by the Commission of the European Communities and National Radiological Protection Board.
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Perception of image details and their diagnostic relevance
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Physical properties of radiographic screenfilm systems
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