Episode: What’s new in Diagnostic Radiography


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What’s new in Diagnostic Radiography

If you’re like me, you might have learned the practice of radiography on plain film with chemical processors and that oh-so-familiar darkroom smell. Manual techniques actually used to appear differently when you doubled your mAs or altered your kVp to adjust scale of contrast. You may currently miss the ability to create a soft-tissue technique for an extremity without post-processing manipulation or to use extremity film at 50 kVp and…

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