Author Archives: Dennis Bowman

Recently I attended a lecture where an educator’s student had held a CR cassette in front of his chest (he was wearing a full…

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Without a phantom it is almost impossible to see how easy it is to over-radiate a patient and still have a perfect (or at…

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This whole project began when we tried to prove if a patient should be shielded in the front or the back for a PA…

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As this is my first blog, I decided to jump right in and tackle what I believe is one of the biggest problems in…

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When Fuji first developed CR back in the early 80’s, they were also the first company to invent an Exposure Index (EI) number system.  As most…

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We have had hundreds of digital equipment training hours at my hospital in the past 10 years, but in all of that I don’t…

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Post processing “collimation”, shuttering or cropping seemed to be one of the greatest features of digital radiography.  With our first CR unit we were…

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After years of wondering about it, sometimes noticing it and finally researching it, I’ve come to the conclusion that grid cut-off isn’t mentioned anymore…

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I decided to write and post this blog on the same day I changed my current research on my website.  This subject is one of…

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As soon as the film-screen combination was developed in our profession, there has been optimum kVs used for every body part.  Even when Rare…

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