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Practical and comprehensive, this resource offers up-to-date coverage of computed radiography, digital radiography, and PACS. It explores the differences between conventional and digital imaging systems and how computed and digital radiography systems fit within the radiology department. State-of-the art information on image acquisition, exposure guidelines, and quality control help you obtain the best possible radiographs. You'll also learn about PACS workstations, archiving, film digitization, image printing, and more. Discusses the similarities and differences between conventional and digital systems. Introduces basic computer components and networking concepts for a solid foundation in the principles of computing. Provides balanced coverage of computed radiography (CR), digital radiography (DR), and PACS systems. Includes step-by-step guidance for acquiring, processing, and producing radiographic images using CR/DR technologies. Explores the CR/DR quality workstation, as well as advanced image processing and manipulation functions available on many of the latest CR/DR workstations. Offers complete coverage of PACS workstations, archiving solutions, and system architectures, including information on film digitization, printing images, and preparing image files. Provides comprehensive quality control and management guidelines for PACS, CR, and DR. Chapter objectives, chapter summaries, key terms, and review questions reinforce key concepts and help you retain and recall important information.