radiographic film


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radiographic film

[¦rād·ē·ə¦graf·ik ′film]
(graphic arts)
The photographic film used in radiography, which must be properly selected for contrast, latitude, and sensitivity.
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On the radiographic films, the presence of the foramina was identified and marked by two periodontists.
Radiographic film sensitive emulsion is formed by silver halogen crystals.
Structures that were distant from the radiographic film, such as the expanding screw and the incisor apices, underwent image magnification by the radiographic technique.
Optional CD distribution software allows image output to CD in addition to radiographic film. Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N.Y.
Static electricity and discharge sparks can expose radiographic film while still in the cassette, leaving artifacts on the film.
All study participants demonstrated the minimum competency performance level of 86% when exposing radiographic film using the XCP.
The company's CAD systems include proprietary software technology and a radiographic film digitizer manufactured by the company, together with standard computer and display equipment.
This inspection method makes use of the ionizing radiation to penetrate the cross-sectional area of a casting and expose a piece of radiographic film. The concept is similar to how a camera produces a photograph by exposing a piece of photographic film to visible light or how an X-ray of a broken bone is performed at the hospital.
developer for manual processing of radiographic film - set 15 l ready-made solution 130 set, indicated by participants2.
Radiographs of the joints were taken with radiographic film (Ektaspeed Plus; Eastman Kodak; Rochester, NY, USA) to check for the presence of internal defects.
Indirect sensors are photostimulable phosphor (PSP) plates, which resemble radiographic film, and which must be "read" by a scanner that in turn transfers the "interpreted" information to the computer.