Medical Radiograohy

The medical radiography, which is a technique of producing the images of the internal parts in the body with the help of the X-rays, involves the most common tests that are conducted for investigating the internal state of the patient. After the invention of X-rays in the 1985 by Professor Roentgen, they...

Radiography And Arthritis

Arthritis is an inflammatory disease causing inflammation of one or more joints of your body. It is a condition generally linked with the older people, but nowadays even children are affected by it and it is termed as “Juvenile Arthritis”. It is a painful and a restricting condition that lasts...

Radiographic Abnormalities

Radiography is the use of x-rays to view unseen and hard images. Radiography is used for both medical and industrial application. If the object that is going to be examined is living object then radiography is considered as medical radiography and if it is any machine or other mechanical device then it is...

Diagnostic Radiography

Diagnostic radiography involves production of high quality images that help to diagnose diseases and in assessment of patients. X-ray is one part of the diagnostic radiography. In radiography, images of the organs developed are helpful in diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Diagnostics technologies and...

Digital Radiography Instruments

Digital radiography systems often have large dynamic range than film screen systems that is the reason they can accept much wider range of exposures. This is quite beneficial that the number of repeat examinations can be decreased, which have occurred due to under or over exposure. Digital radiography...

Neutron Radiography

The neutron radiography is a good option that can be used for the imaging of the objects just as the other methods in the radiography. However, it is mainly used for the industrial purposes. Neutron radiography is a non-destructive method for viewing the internal composition and thus, knowing about any...

X Radiography Of Objects

X-Radiography of objects is done in order to reveal their contents or to get an idea of their internal structure. Radiography is not limited only in medical field. It is plays an equally important role in terms of industrial applications. The nonliving things can be thoroughly seen through x-radiography....

Conventional Radiography

X-rays are the prime constituent of radiations used in Conventional Radiography. These were discovered by a German scientist Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen in 1895. X-rays are a type of electromagnetic radiation. It is a combination of low-pressure gases under the influence of high voltage in a tube. The rays...

Radiography Detectors

Radiography detectors provide great potential for image quality improvement. It gives an opportunity for growth of computer aided diagnosis, medical image management and teleradiography. The precise and accurate acquisition of information from the x-ray beam leads to image quality improvement. Spatial...

Paediatric Radiography

Paediatrics is a well know branch of medial field that involves treatments of children and infants, accordingly the pediatricians are very important professionals in this world. The paediatric radiography, which is obtaining the images of the internal state of the body, is gaining more and more importance...
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