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Digital Imaging - Module 3
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The delayed light emission that occurs in a CRT monitor after the screen refreshes is called:
An advantage of LCD monitors over CRT monitors is that LCD monitors:
have less screen glare
Cassettes that are specially designed for scoliosis exams contain how many PSP plates?
An LCD monitor's resolution is determined by:
How many images/second does it take CRT monitors to refresh?
60 - 120
Pixel pitch describes:
how close pixels are to each other
Current ACR standards specify that gray-scale monitors used for interpreting radiographs provide a minimum of how many cd/m2?
Modifying demographic and image data on a workstation also alters the:
permanent patient record
Placing image information on an image after the examination is complete is called image:
If an image is acquired with the orientation of the image receptor upside down, what modality workstation tool can be used to orient the image the correct way?
When an image is obtained on several imaging plates that need to be combined later into one image, the process is referred to as:
Using a workstation to cover the unexposed area of an image with a black border is called:
To accurately display the gray scale in a radiograph, the display monitor must be able to demonstrate at least how many distinct shades of gray?
Window and leveling on a workstation changes the digital image's:
brightness & contrast
In CRT display technology, an electron gun fires electrons at a:
The brightness of a display monitor is referred to as:
The difference between the maximum & minimum luminance of a display system is called:
What increases as the matrix size of a display monitor increases?
Most LCD monitors have an aspect ratio of:
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