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STUDENT WORKBOOK FOR RADIOGRAPHY IN THE DIGITAL AGE (2nd Ed.)
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STUDENT WORKBOOK FOR RADIOGRAPHY IN THE DIGITAL AGE (2nd Ed.)
By Quinn B. Carroll
Published 2014 (2nd edition)
314 pp., 8.5 x 11
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This Student Workbook for Radiography in the Digital Age is specifically designed for in-classroom use with the series PowerPoint Slides for Radiography in the Digital Age. Together with the textbook itself and the Instructor Resources CD, these products complete a full package of educational resources tailored for radiography courses in the Physics of Radiography, Principles of Imaging, Digital Image Acquisition and Display, and Radiation Biology and Protection. The Workbook is organized throughout in a concise “fill-in-the-blank” format, focusing on key words to reinforce students’ retention of the material. The wording and sequencing of questions closely mirrors the PowerPoint Slide series for each course. This Workbook strikes a perfect balance between allowing the student to concentrate on the lecture by doing minimal writing while still challenging the student to participate in classroom learning. An effective “note-taking” tool, it also doubles as a reinforcement tool for homework and individual study.

 1. AN INTROUCTION TO RADIOGRAPHIC SCIENCE
 2. BASIC PHYSICS FOR RADIOGRAPHY 
 3. UNIT CONVERSIONS AND HELP WITH MATH 
 4. THE ATOM
 5. ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
 6. MAGNETISM AND ELECTROSTATICS
 7. ELECTRODYNAMICS
 8. X-RAY MACHINE CIRCUITS AND GENERATORS
 9. THE X-RAY TUBE
10. X-RAY PRODUCTION
11. CREATION OF THE RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGE
12. PRODUCTION OF SUBJECT CONTRAST
13. VISIBILITY QUALITIES OF THE RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGE
14. GEOMETRICAL QUALITIES OF THE RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGE
15. MILLIAMPERE-SECONDS
16. KILOVOLTAGE-PEAK
17. GENERATORS AND FILTRATION
18. FIELD SIZE LIMITATION
19. PATIENT CONDITION, PATHOLOGY, AND CONTRAST AGENTS
20. SCATTERED RADIATION AND GRIDS
21. ANODE BEVEL AND FOCAL SPOT
22. SOURCE-TO-IMAGE RECEPTOR DISTANCE (SID)
23. OID AND DISTANCE RATIOS
24. ALIGNMENT AND MOTION
25. ANALYZING THE RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGE
26. SIMPLIFYING AND STANDARDIZING TECHNIQUE
27. USING AUTOMATIC EXPOSURE CONTROLS (AEC)
28. COMPUTER BASICS
29. CREATING THE DIGITAL IMAGE
30. DIGITAL IMAGE PREPROCESSING
31. DIGITAL IMAGE POSTPROCESSING
32. POSTPROCESSING OPERATIONS IN PRACTICE
33. APPLYING RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE TO DIGITAL IMAGING
34. CAPTURING THE DIGITAL IMAGE: DR AND CR
35. DISPLAY SYSTEMS AND ELECTRONIC IMAGES
36. PICTURE ARCHIVING AND COMMUNICATION SYTEMS (PACS)
37. MOBILE RADIOGRAPHY AND TOMOGRAPHY
38. FLUOROSCOPY AND DIGITAL FLUOROSCOPY 230
39. QUALITY CONTROL
40. RADIATION PERSPECTIVES
41. RADIATION UNITS AND MEASUREMENT
42. RADIATION BIOLOGY: CELLULAR EFFECTS
43. RADIATION BIOLOGY: ORGANISM EFFECTS
44. RADIATION PROTECTION: PROCEDURES AND POLICIES

 

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