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Essentials of Radiographic Physics and Imaging. Edition: 3

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Prepare for success on the ARRT exam and in the practice of radiography! Essentials of Radiographic Physics and Imaging, 3rd Edition follows the ASRT recommended curriculum and focuses on what the radiographer needs to understand to safely and competently perform radiographic examinations. This comprehensive text gives you a foundational understanding of basic physics principles such as atom structure, electricity and magnetism, and electromagnetic radiation. It then covers imaging principles, radiation production and characteristics, digital image quality, imaging equipment, digital image acquisition and display, image analysis, and more- linking physics to the daily practice of radiographers. New for the third edition is updated information on radiation classifications, a shift in focus to SI units, and a thoroughly updated chapter on Fluoroscopic Imaging.

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1.Introduction to the Imaging Sciences

Section I: Principles of Radiation Physics 2.Structure of the Atom 3.Electromagnetic and Particulate Radiation 4.The X-Ray Circuit 5.The X-Ray Tube 6.X-Ray Production 7.X-Ray Interactions with Matter

Section II: Image Production and Evaluation 8.Image Production 9.Image Quality and Characteristics 10.Digital Image Receptors 11.Radiographic Exposure Technique 12.Scatter Control 13.Exposure Technique Selection 14.Film-Screen Imaging

Section III: Specialized Radiographic Equipment 15.Fluoroscopic Imaging 16.Additional Equipment 17.Computed Tomography

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      9780323566681
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  • Publication Date
    Aug 22, 2019
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