CR

Computed radiography (CR) uses very similar equipment to conventional radiography except that in place of a film to create the image, an imaging plate (IP) made of photostimulable phosphor is used. The imaging plate is housed in a special cassette and placed under the body part or object to be examined and the x-ray exposure is made. Hence, instead of taking an exposed film into a darkroom for developing in chemical tanks or an automatic film processor, the imaging plate is run through a special laser scanner, or CR reader, that reads and digitizes the image.

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MIN-R2 CASSETTE 13x10 INCHES

KODAK MIN-R2 CASSETTE KODAK MIN-R2 2000 SCREEN
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Kodak DryView CR Cassette

Kodak Dryview CR Cassette 24 x 30 cm / 10 x 12 in
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Kodak Dryview CR Cassette PQ

Kodak Dryview CR Cassette with PQ Screen 35 x 43 cm / 14 x 17 in
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Dicom Box CA- Video to Dicom M...

Dicom Box CA- Video to Dicom Model #AAM-CA
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Fuji EC-MA Cassette 24x30

Fuji EC-MA Cassette 24x30
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