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19 Cards in this Set

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What is the most common position of the flouro tube?
under the table
What is the flouro tube made up of?
output phosphor
Electrostatic lens
Input phosphor
What is output phosphor made up of?
Zinc Cadmium Sulfide
What is the photocathode made up of?
made of cesium and antimony
Made of input phosphor?
Cesium Iodide
What is in vidicon/plumbicon/tv camera?
What is the target made of?
Antimony Trisulfide
What is the input phosphor made up of?
Cesium Iodide
Which component has a positive potential of 25Kv?
The conversion of x-ray to light occurs where?
input phosphor
Emission of electrons in response to light?
The ability of an intensifier to increase illumination?
Automatic Brightness Gain
What is the output phosphor is made of?
Zinc Cadmium Sulfide
Conventional flouro utilized what?
Night vision (Rod)
Acceleration of electrons is called what?
Flux gain
the disadvantage of magnification fluoro is what?
pt. dose
During fluoro static images may be obtained on what?
spot film
compared with radiography, fluoro techniques call for what?
lower mA (1-3), but higher pt dose
The ability to perceive fine detail is called?
Visual acuity