Radiographs are a preferred diagnostic tool for treatment purposes. As such, they need to be as elaborate and correct as possible to fulfill clinical needs. more and more, digital radiography is changing into the technology of choice and offers many benefits over film radiography. These include the flexibility to look at pictures on the screen, computerized archiving of pictures, ability to boost acquired pictures, reduced exposure to radiation, and fast acquisition of pictures without the requirement for chemical processing. To provide high-quality diagnostic pictures, a careful technique is needed that considers best practices and patient comfort. Correct technique, effective patient management, and accurate exposure are needed to optimize the data that is obtained from radiographs and, therefore, their usefulness.
Learning the techniques to take and evaluate clinical X-rays after licensing.
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