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How are radiographic images produced?
Then, what is image production?
The process of image formation is a result of differential absorption of the x-ray beam as it interacts with the anatomic tissue. A radiographic image is created by passing an x-ray beam through the patient and interacting with an image receptor, such as a film-screen or digital system.
Subsequently, question is, what is primary radiological image? Primary radiological image • The difference in attenuation coefficients between tissue, fat, and bone is large enough to produce an image. • To resolve different soft tissues often need contrast media. - Radio-opaque agent containing iodine.
Consequently, what is radiographic procedure?
It is used to diagnose or treat patients by recording images of the internal structure of the body to assess the presence or absence of disease, foreign objects, and structural damage or anomaly. During a radiographic procedure, an x-ray beam is passed through the body.
What are the primary factors for attenuation in diagnostic imaging?
Some are related to the x-ray beam or radiation and the others to properties of the matter through which the radiation is passing. The factors in- dude beam energy, the number of photons traversing the attenuating medium or ab- sorber, the density of the absorber, and the atomic number of the absorber.