David Jenkins (auth.)'s Radiographic Photography and Imaging Processes PDF

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It can be seen that this range is easily accommodated by the film latitude. 30(b». Now the log exposure range has moved to the· right within the boundaries defined by the film latitude but has not changed in magnitude. 30(c). A part of the log exposure range lies outside the range bounded by the film latitude. Thus some information is recorded as non-useful densities, and this information will be lost. It is certainly not desirable to lose information, so it would seem that the maximum exposure (at 70 kV) which can be given without losing information is 40 mAs.

Unless this exposure is correct, subtraction of the more obvious background information will not be entirely successful. In general, the greater the densities in the original radiograph, the greater must be the densities in the subtraction mask to achieve successful subtraction. The second stage involves superimposing the original radiograph on the copy obtained as the end result of the first stage. The emulsion side of the copy film is placed in contact with the radiograph. The image resulting from this arrangement of films is copied on duplicating film.

The problem of not knowing what kV to use would require the use of a system such as' Anatomically Programmed Radiography' produced 35 by Philips Medical Systems. Systems like this are unlikely to be generally available for some years, so an understanding of the problems involved in the imaging process is necessary and attempts must be made to overcome them using the facilities generally available. Finally, to summarize, in practice within the confines of a given imaging system the aim is: (i) To compress (or expand) the log exposure range by increasing (or decreasing) kV so that the magnitude of the log exposure range conveying diagnostic information is the same as that of the film latitude.

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