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Digital Radiology: An Introduction for Technologists by Euclid Seeram is used for courses in radiographic imaging procedures, production, and exposure. This book will be a supplemental reading book in the Radiographic Imaging course and will specifically supplement Carlton/Principles of Radiologic Imaging. The book can also be used as a supplement for courses that address digital imaging techniques, such as Radiologic Physics, Radiographic Equipment and Quality Control or a course on Radiographic Technique.This book is intended for Radiologic Technologists across the globe, to meet the needs of the change from film-based imaging to filmless imaging or DIGITAL IMAGING.This book will deal with a wide range of topics to address the needs of various professional Radiologic Technology Associations, such as the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), the Canadian Association of Medical radiation Technologists, The College of Radiographers in the UK, and the Australian Society for Radiographers and therefore will be appropriate for our international sales force.
Table of Contents
|Digital Radiography: An Overview|
|Digital Image Processing Concepts|
|Computed Radiography: Physics And Technology|
|Effective Use of Computed Radiography|
|Flat-Panel Digital Radiography|
|Picture Archiving and Communication Systems|
|Medical Imaging Informatics: An Overview|
|Quality Control for Digital Radiography|
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