What does an x-ray tube consist of?
A quality radiograph is obtained using a 4 inch pid and an exposure time of 3 impulses. The pid was removed and replaced with a 16 inch pid. What should the new exposure time be to maintain image density?
Mention what is the unit to measure x-rays exposure?
What conditions will you commonly see as a diagnostic radiologist?
Explain what is emulsion?
What is the unit of time used to measure x-rays exposure?
What is an early clinical sign of excessive acute exposure to radiation?
What type of image will it produce when using the bisecting angle technique, directing the x-ray beam perpendicular to the long axis of the teeth?
What is the maintenance process in x-ray unit?
Is it dangerous if a person is exposed to x-rays frequently?
A diagnostic film is produced using 10 ma and .5 second. What exposure time is needed to produce the same film at 20 ma?
Explain what do you mean by latent effect in radiology?
When onization occurs?
List out the differences between x-rays and mri?