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1949 594
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1951 1370
1952 1423
1953 1644
1954 1800
1955 1938
1956 1751
1957 1790
1958 1592
1959 2015
1960 2213
1961 2475
1962 2550
1963 5886
1964 10634
1965 8246
1966 8571
1967 10356
1968 11553
1969 12300
1970 11911
1971 12350
1972 13125
1973 13108
1974 13155
1975 10924
1976 9865
1977 10413
1978 11345
1979 12075
1980 12105
1981 12317
1982 13134
1983 13564
1984 14483
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1986 14448
1987 14418
1988 15217
1989 15563
1990 15652
1991 15906
1992 15949
1993 16129
1994 15781
1995 16743
1996 17429
1997 18273
1998 18881
1999 19176
2000 19671
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2002 21177
2003 22434
2004 23247
2005 25502
2006 27781
2007 30865
2008 32747
2009 35398
2010 38212
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Projection X-ray Imaging: Radiography, Mammography, Fluoroscopy.
Seibert JA. Health Phys 2019. PMID 30585956
As a result, digital radiography flat-panel detectors are rapidly replacing computed radiography passive detectors for projection imaging exams and image intensifier detectors for dynamic fluoroscopy exams. ...Increased x-ray absorption efficiency and lower electronic noise of digital radiography detectors compared to computed radiography detectors enable equal image quality at lower patient dose; however, because of a disconnect between image appearance and radiation dose, lower patient dose is not always achieved. ...
As a result, digital radiography flat-panel detectors are rapidly replacing computed radiography passive detectors for project …
[4. DRL for General Radiography].
Sasakawa Y. Nihon Hoshasen Gijutsu Gakkai Zasshi 2017. PMID 28824094 Japanese. Free article.
Proton Radiography With Timepix Based Time Projection Chambers.
Biegun AK, et al. IEEE Trans Med Imaging 2016. PMID 26701179
The development of a proton radiography system to improve the imaging of patients in proton beam therapy is described. The system comprises gridpix based time projection chambers, which are based on the Timepix chip designed by the Medipix collaboration, for tracking the protons. ...
The development of a proton radiography system to improve the imaging of patients in proton beam therapy is described. The system com …
Conventional radiography in musculoskeletal imaging.
Renner JB. Radiol Clin North Am 2009 - Review. PMID 19361664
Conventional radiography in musculoskeletal imaging has a venerable past. This article outlines the development of radiographic techniques. It then discusses the continuing advantages of conventional radiography in many specific circumstances and acknowledges the circumstances in which CT, MRI, ultrasound, and nuclear imaging are more useful modalities....
Conventional radiography in musculoskeletal imaging has a venerable past. This article outlines the development of radiographic
Computed radiography.
Roberts GD and Graham JP. Vet Clin North Am Equine Pract 2001 - Review. PMID 11488045
Body fat assessment by computed tomography and radiography in normal Beagle dogs.
Kim D, et al. J Vet Med Sci 2018. PMID 30089735 Free PMC article.
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships among body condition score (BCS), radiography, and computed tomography (CT), and to establish a method for body fat assessment on CT in dogs. ...Subcutaneous fat thickness (ST) on radiograph and body area (BA), total fat area (TA), subcutaneous fat area (SA), and visceral fat area (VA) on CT were measured at the level of L3 and L6 vertebra. ...
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationships among body condition score (BCS), radiography, and computed tomography ( …
Investigation of time-resolved proton radiography using x-ray flat-panel imaging system.
Jee KW, et al. Phys Med Biol 2017. PMID 28099164
To remedy the range uncertainty, an in vivo measurement of the WEPL through the patient, i.e. a proton-range radiograph, is highly desirable. ...Proton radiographs of a head phantom and a Gammex CT calibration phantom were taken with various configurations. The results of the phantom measurements show that the FPI can generate low noise and high spatial resolution proton radiographs. ...
To remedy the range uncertainty, an in vivo measurement of the WEPL through the patient, i.e. a proton-range radiograph, is highly de …
Improvement of single detector proton radiography by incorporating intensity of time-resolved dose rate functions.
Zhang R, et al. Phys Med Biol 2017. PMID 29116055
Proton radiography, which images patients with the same type of particles as those with which they are to be treated, is a promising approach to image guidance and water equivalent path length (WEPL) verification in proton radiation therapy. We have shown recently that proton radiographs could be obtained by measuring time-resolved dose rate functions (DRFs) using an x-ray amorphous silicon flat panel. ...
Proton radiography, which images patients with the same type of particles as those with which they are to be treated, is a promising …
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