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PRACTICAL RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING (8th Ed.)
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PRACTICAL RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING (8th Ed.)
By Quinn B. Carroll
Published 2007 (8th edition)
666 pp., 7 x 10, 352 il.
40 tables

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This eighth edition is a major revision and update of Fuch's Radiographic Exposure and Quality Control including a title change. The book is a most expansive and comprehensive text on radiographic exposure and imaging, encompassing the vast and intricate changes that have taken place in the field. As with previous editions, the book is intended to complement radiographic physics texts rather than duplicate them, and all chapters on conventional radiography have been fully revised to reflect state-of-the-art imaging technology. Part I, Producing the Radiographic Image, presents chapters on x-rays and radiographic variables, recording the permanent image, qualities of the image, and interactions of x-rays within the patient. Part II, Visibility Factors, includes chapters on milliampere-seconds, kilovoltage-peak, machine phase and rectification, beamfiltration, field size limitation, patient status and contrast agents, pathology and casts, scattered radiation and image fog, grids, intensifying screens, and image receptor systems. Part III, Geometrical factors, discusses focal spot size, the anode bevel, source-image receptor distance, object-image receptor distance, distance ratios, beam-part-film-alignment, geometric functions of positioning, and motion. Part IV, Comprehensive Technique, presents chapters on analyzing the radiographic image, simplifying and standardizing technique, technique by proportional anatomy, technique charts, exposure controls, patient dose, quality control, and solving multiple technique problems. Part V, Special Imaging Methods, includes a concise overview of computers, the nature of digital images and the fundamental processes common to all digital imaging systems. Specific applications follow, including digital conversion of film images, DR, DF, CR, and image reconstruction in CT and MRI. The methods of Three-Dimensional Imaging are then introduced with beautiful illustration. The application of lasers in digitizing images and printing hard copies is reviewed, ending with a balanced discussion of PACS and digital teleradiology. CR and DR provides thorough coverage of the image matrix, pixel size, and fields of view, gray scale enhancement and spatial resolution, followed by an excellent discussion of CRT image qualities including horizontal and vertical resolution, contrast, dynamic range, and signal-to-noise ratio. Exposure and reading of the photostimulable phosphor plate is nicely illustrated. Clear presentations on windowing concepts, smoothing, edge enhancement, equalization, the digital workstation and display station are given. Part VI, Processing the Radiograph, completes the text with chapters on digital processing applications, practical applications for CR, automatic processors, film handling and duplication procedures, and sensitometry and darkroom quality control. Each chapter concludes with an examination that will help the student review materials and put them into perspective. Multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, and identification/explanation questions are all included. This book is by far the best available for schools that are focused on the practical application of radiographic technique.

Preface to the Seventh Edition
Acknowledgments


Part I - Producing the Radiographic Image
Chapter

1. X-Rays and Radiographic Variables
2. Recording the Permanent Image
3. Qualities of the Radiographic Image
4. Interactions of X-Rays Within the Patient

Part II - Visibility Factors
5. Milliampere-Seconds
6. Kilovoltage-Peak
7. Machine Phase and Rectification
8. Beam Filtration
9. Field Size Limitation
10. Patient Status and Contrast Agents
11. Pathology and Casts
12. Scattered Radiation and Image Fog
13. Grids
14. Intensifying Screens
15. Image Receptor Systems

Part III - Geometrical Factors
16. Focal Spot Size
17. The Anode Bevel
18. Source-Image Receptor Distance
19. Object-Image Receptor Distance
20. Distance Ratios
21. Beam-Part-Film-Alignment
22. Geometric Functions of Positioning
23. Motion

Part IV - Comprehensive Technique
24. Analyzing the Radiographic Image
25. Simplifying and Standardizing Technique
26. Technique by Proportional Anatomy
27. Technique Charts
28. Automatic Exposure Controls
29. Minimizing Patient Dose
30. Quality Control
31. Solving Multiple Technique Problems

Part V - Special Imaging Methods
32. Mobile Radiography
33. Special Imaging Techniques
34. Fluoroscopic Image Intensification--Robert J. Parelli
35. Digital Imaging Overview--Euclid Seeram
36. Computerized Radiography: CR AND DR--Robert DeAngelis

Part VI - Processing the Radiograph
37. Digital Processing Applications
38. Practical Applications for CR
39. Chemical Processing Steps and Variable
40. Automatic Processors
41. Film Handling and Dark Room Procedures
42. Sensitometric Quality Control

Appendix
I. Blank Technique Charts: Manual & AEC
II. Answers to Exercises
Index


 

 

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