Computed Digital Radiography in Clinical Practice

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Reginald E. Greene, Jörg-Wilhelm Oestmann
Thieme Medical Publishers, 1992 - Medical - 177 pages
Collates the most important clinical and technological information needed by practicing radiologists as radiology moves from film to digital technology. In many cases, the summary of the literature is augmented by reports of personal experience. the topics include the rationale for the transition to digital; a survey of systems, including financial aspects and measuring performance; and clinical applications in a range of organs. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Contents

Components and System Layout for Digital Radiography
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Digital Image Processing
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Financial Aspects of Digital Chest Radiography
49
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