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The Principles of Radiographic Imaging slide series provides just the right focus and scope for courses in radiographic exposure for this digital age, with the author s trademark emphasis on the practical application of radiographic technique. Treatment of x-ray beam interactions within the patient is followed by a full discussion of the production and characteristics of subject contrast in the image. The qualities of the radiographic image are covered in much greater detail, and the terminology and descriptions have been adapted with great care to the digital environment. Organizing the material by variable rather than by image quality allows for simplification Each unit focuses on the effects of the variable under discussion upon only six image qualities in a consistent format. The final chapters provide a capstone experience for the student, synthesizing all of the concepts of radiographic exposure and their interrelationships. The slides in this series closely mirror the textbook, but for complicated topics the slides provide a much more thorough, step-by-step approach for the student, supported with abundant illustrations. An excess of text has been avoided on each slide. All slides have colorful backgrounds with large, clear print that is easy to make out at a distance.
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