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radiography 1
properties of x-radiation
x-ray
particulate radiation
electromagnetic radiation
X-rays are invisible and weightless... X-rays travel in straight…
A weightless packet of pure energy, without electrical charge…
alpha and beta particles ... mass and charge**
no mass ... no charge ... photon or quantum ... travel at speed of lig…
properties of x-radiation
X-rays are invisible and weightless... X-rays travel in straight…
x-ray
A weightless packet of pure energy, without electrical charge…
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Radiography #1
who created the first x-ray
what year did x-rays begin
who discovered cathode rays
exampled of nonionizing waves
wilhelm roentgen
1896
plucker
radio, microwave and infared
who created the first x-ray
wilhelm roentgen
what year did x-rays begin
1896
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Projection Radiography 1- Digital Radiography
Why are film digitizers necessary?
How do commercial film digitizers work?
Note: There is one digitizer that uses…
Note: The intensity of the transmitted…
It is necessary to convert a conventional analog film print i…
Read the analog image by shining lilght on the film, and then…
***
***
Why are film digitizers necessary?
It is necessary to convert a conventional analog film print i…
How do commercial film digitizers work?
Read the analog image by shining lilght on the film, and then…
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Radiography 1
A radiographic image is only possible…
t/f the xray beam spreads
t/f radiographic film is similar to ph…
________ ___________ take place in res…
side note
True
True
chemical rxns
A radiographic image is only possible…
side note
t/f the xray beam spreads
True
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radiography 1
image receptors
cassettes with film, psp-ip (photostim…
computed radiography
digital radiography
the device that receives the energy of the x-ray beam and for…
types of image receptors
cr
dr
image receptors
the device that receives the energy of the x-ray beam and for…
cassettes with film, psp-ip (photostim…
types of image receptors
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Radiography 1
1859
1895... Whilhelm Roentgen
fluoroscopy
electromagnetic spectrum
when German psysicist Plucker discovers cathode rays
when _______ publishes his first paper on these cathode rays,…
an imaging technique that uses X-rays to obtain real-time mov…
the range of all possible frequencies of electromagnetic radi…
1859
when German psysicist Plucker discovers cathode rays
1895... Whilhelm Roentgen
when _______ publishes his first paper on these cathode rays,…
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Radiography 1
define radiography
what is radiopactiy
radiopacity defined
thermionic emission is
shadow writing - taking X-rays as X-rays create a shadow beam
opaque - metallic density
visible air density
electrons boiled a filament drawn by electrical tension acros…
define radiography
shadow writing - taking X-rays as X-rays create a shadow beam
what is radiopactiy
opaque - metallic density
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Dental Radiography 1
Radiation
X-radiation
Xray
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles... Th…
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a bran…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles... Th…
X-radiation
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
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Projection Radiography 1- Digital Radiography
Why are film digitizers necessary?
How do commercial film digitizers work?
Note: There is one digitizer that uses…
Note: The intensity of the transmitted…
It is necessary to convert a conventional analog film print i…
Read the analog image by shining lilght on the film, and then…
***
***
Why are film digitizers necessary?
It is necessary to convert a conventional analog film print i…
How do commercial film digitizers work?
Read the analog image by shining lilght on the film, and then…
45 terms
Projection Radiography 1- Digital Radiography
Why are film digitizers necessary?
How do commercial film digitizers work?
Note: There is one digitizer that uses…
Note: The intensity of the transmitted…
It is necessary to convert a conventional analog film print i…
Read the analog image by shining lilght on the film, and then…
***
***
Why are film digitizers necessary?
It is necessary to convert a conventional analog film print i…
How do commercial film digitizers work?
Read the analog image by shining lilght on the film, and then…
30 terms
Radiography lecture 1
Dental radiography
Radiology
Ionization
Matter
The production of radiographs of the teeth and adjacent struc…
study of x-rays and techniques used to produce radiographic i…
The amount of energy required to remove an electron from an a…
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Dental radiography
The production of radiographs of the teeth and adjacent struc…
Radiology
study of x-rays and techniques used to produce radiographic i…
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Radiography Week 1
supine
prone
superior
inferior
lying on back, face up
lying on stomach, face down
above
below
supine
lying on back, face up
prone
lying on stomach, face down
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Radiography Exam 1
x-ray
image
dental image
receptor
beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances & r…
picture or likeness of an object... 🍎
creation of digital, print, or film likeness of teeth and sur…
a recording medium... e.g. of mediums: digital sensor, film or…
x-ray
beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances & r…
image
picture or likeness of an object... 🍎
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Radiography 1 Terms
Debridement
Resect
Imbrication
Paramedian Incision
Removal of Foreign material and devitalized or contaminated t…
To remove or excise part of an organ or other structure
Overlapping of apposing surfaces to realign organs and provid…
Surgical cut that is lateral and parallel to the ventral midl…
Debridement
Removal of Foreign material and devitalized or contaminated t…
Resect
To remove or excise part of an organ or other structure
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Radiography: Unit 1 Review
What is radiopaque?
What is radiolucent?
What is cortical bone?
What is cancellous bone?
White, hard structures
Dark, soft structures
Dense outer layer of bone
Spongy bone
What is radiopaque?
White, hard structures
What is radiolucent?
Dark, soft structures
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1: Basic radiography principles
You need to know:
Know your ABC...S
There are four radiographic densities…
Review the regions of a bone
1: Basic anat... 2: Radiographic densities... 3: Roentgen signs of…
A: Allignment... B: Bones... C: Cartilage... S: Soft tissue... As always…
1. Bone- 14... 2. Soft tissue/fluid- 7... 3. Fat- 6... 4. Gas- 4... These…
1. Epiphysis... 2. Growth plate... 3. Metaphysis... 4. Diaphysis... *Ther…
You need to know:
1: Basic anat... 2: Radiographic densities... 3: Roentgen signs of…
Know your ABC...S
A: Allignment... B: Bones... C: Cartilage... S: Soft tissue... As always…
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Unit 1 Radiography
Dental Radiography/Roentgenology
X-ray/ roentgen ray
Uses of x-rays
Who can expose x-rays in Wisconsin?
Is the making of radiographs by exposing an image receptor, e…
Radiant energy of short wavelenth that has the power to penet…
Diagnosis, Measurment, Identification
Anyone
Dental Radiography/Roentgenology
Is the making of radiographs by exposing an image receptor, e…
X-ray/ roentgen ray
Radiant energy of short wavelenth that has the power to penet…
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Chapter 1: Intro to Radiography
x-rays were discovered in
the inventor of the hot cathode xray t…
the majority of radiography education…
a cassette containing a photostimulabl…
1895
coolidge
colleges
image receptor
x-rays were discovered in
1895
the inventor of the hot cathode xray t…
coolidge
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Exam 1 Radiography lecture
What is the purpose of dental radiogra…
What are some of the intraoral examina…
Purpose of the periapical examination?
Purpose of the Interproximal examinati…
Dental images are used to see what cannot be seen clinically…
1.Periapical... 2.Interproximal... 3. Occlusal
Used to examine the entire tooth, including the root and crown.
To examine both the crowns of the maxillary and mandibular te…
What is the purpose of dental radiogra…
Dental images are used to see what cannot be seen clinically…
What are some of the intraoral examina…
1.Periapical... 2.Interproximal... 3. Occlusal
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Radiography 1 (purple)
Projected, Effective, Actual Focal Spot
Better
Cathode side of the Tube
mAxTimexkV
The line focus principle states that the ___________ or _____…
A steeper or smaller anode will result in ________ detail
The intensity of the x-ray beam is greater on the :
Single Phase equation
Projected, Effective, Actual Focal Spot
The line focus principle states that the ___________ or _____…
Better
A steeper or smaller anode will result in ________ detail
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Radiography L1A1
direct proportionality
indirect proportionality
expression of length
expression of time
as the first number gets bigger or smaller so will the second…
as one number gets bigger, the other gets smaller
centimeters
fractions of a second
direct proportionality
as the first number gets bigger or smaller so will the second…
indirect proportionality
as one number gets bigger, the other gets smaller
45 terms
Dental Radiography Chapter 1
Radiation
X-Radiation
X-Ray
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a bran…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X-Radiation
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
24 terms
Radiography Ch. 1
Radiation
X-radiation
X-rays
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a bran…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X-radiation
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
23 terms
Radiography Lab Quiz #1
Bitewings
PA
Occlusal
14
coronal portion of tooth, alveolar crest of bone of both arches
Show entire tooth- crown root, bone
Large areas of maxillary, mandibular arch
Number of PA's in FMS
Bitewings
coronal portion of tooth, alveolar crest of bone of both arches
PA
Show entire tooth- crown root, bone
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Dental Radiography Q1
Types of intraoral radiographs... (3)
Types of extraoral radiographs... (3)
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen
Dr. Otto Walkhoff
1. periapical... 2. bitewing... -horizontal... -vertical... 3. occlusal
1. panoramic... 2. plain film... 3. CBCT (cone beam computed tomogr…
-discovered "x-light" in 1895... -performed Phillip Lenard's exp…
-first DENTAL radiograph in 1895... -glass photographic plate wr…
Types of intraoral radiographs... (3)
1. periapical... 2. bitewing... -horizontal... -vertical... 3. occlusal
Types of extraoral radiographs... (3)
1. panoramic... 2. plain film... 3. CBCT (cone beam computed tomogr…
28 terms
Radiography - Week 1
X-Rays
Radiograph
Image Receptor
Ray Path
Form of electromagnetic radiation or energy
Image produced on a radiation-sensitive surface that demonstr…
Absorbs the remnant beam
Path that a bundle of photons travel in
X-Rays
Form of electromagnetic radiation or energy
Radiograph
Image produced on a radiation-sensitive surface that demonstr…
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Radiography 1 Final Exam
Rostral refers to...
Caudal refers to...
Cranial refers to...
Dorsal refers to...
Toward the nose
Toward the back of the skull or toward the tail
Toward to head
The topside of a quadruped
Rostral refers to...
Toward the nose
Caudal refers to...
Toward the back of the skull or toward the tail
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Radiography ch 1
Anode
Atom
Atomic number
Binding energy
Positively charged side of the dental x ray tube, it contains…
The basic unit of matter, composed of a positive charged nucl…
The number of protons in the nucleus of an atom.
The energy that binds the orbiting electron around the nucleu…
Anode
Positively charged side of the dental x ray tube, it contains…
Atom
The basic unit of matter, composed of a positive charged nucl…
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Radiography Chapter 1: History of Dental Radiography
the making of radiographs by exposing…
to provide the oral health care team w…
to obtain the highest quality radiogra…
the study of x-rays and techniques use…
What is radiography?
What is the purpose of dental radiography?
What is the goal of dental radiography?
What is oral radiology
the making of radiographs by exposing…
What is radiography?
to provide the oral health care team w…
What is the purpose of dental radiography?
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radiography ch1
IMAGE RECEPTOR
PHOTOSTIMULABLE PHOSPHORS
LATENT IMAGE
FILAMENT
The receptor that gets x-rays that goest through patient and…
crystals that store the energy of the remnant x-ray beam and…
the unobservable image stored in the silver halide emulsion o…
the source of electrons found at the electrically negative ca…
IMAGE RECEPTOR
The receptor that gets x-rays that goest through patient and…
PHOTOSTIMULABLE PHOSPHORS
crystals that store the energy of the remnant x-ray beam and…
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1. Intro to radiography
What are x-rays?
List the properties of x-rays
Who was Clarence Dally?
When are x-rays produced?
A form of EM radiation which acts similarly to light but with…
1. Travel in straight lines in a wave or ripple like motion... 2…
Assistant to Thomas Edison - died after developing cancer aft…
When electrons moving at high speed collide with matter
What are x-rays?
A form of EM radiation which acts similarly to light but with…
List the properties of x-rays
1. Travel in straight lines in a wave or ripple like motion... 2…
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Radiography Exam 1
Radiography
Dental Radiography
Dental Radiographer
Image receptor
the art and science of making radiographs by the exposure of…
the production of radiographs of the teeth and adjacent struc…
any person who positions, exposes, and processes dental x-ray…
a recording medium; examples include x-ray film, phosphor pla…
Radiography
the art and science of making radiographs by the exposure of…
Dental Radiography
the production of radiographs of the teeth and adjacent struc…
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Projection Radiography 1- Film
Analog radiography uses what to captur…
What does film consist of?
There is an emulsion layer on one side…
What type of films only have one emuls…
Film
A 10 micrometer thick emulsion supported by a 150-2100 microm…
Usually both sides
Laser and Mammography
Analog radiography uses what to captur…
Film
What does film consist of?
A 10 micrometer thick emulsion supported by a 150-2100 microm…
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Radiography 1 Final Exam
Rostral refers to...
Caudal refers to...
Cranial refers to...
Dorsal refers to...
Toward the nose
Toward the back of the skull or toward the tail
Toward to head
The topside of a quadruped
Rostral refers to...
Toward the nose
Caudal refers to...
Toward the back of the skull or toward the tail
13 terms
Foundations of Radiography L1
Efficacy
Diagnostic yield
Radiolucent
kVp
Accuracy with which a diagnostic study reveals the patient's…
Amount of clinically useful medical information about the pat…
X-rays go through it very easily
Kilovolt Peak. Penetration power. Depends on patient thicknes…
Efficacy
Accuracy with which a diagnostic study reveals the patient's…
Diagnostic yield
Amount of clinically useful medical information about the pat…
36 terms
Radiography Unit 1
Who discovered x-rays
What year were x-Rays discovered
What does ASRT stand for
What year was the ASRT formed
Wilhelm Roentgen
1895
American society for radiology technicians
1920
Who discovered x-rays
Wilhelm Roentgen
What year were x-Rays discovered
1895
288 terms
Radiography-Exam 1
Radiopaque
Radiolucent
Dental Radiograph
X-ray
Material that is heavy(dense) enough to stop all or most of t…
Material that allows all or most of the xray beam to penetrat…
film/image of a patients teeth obtained by directing the x ra…
The energetic beam that has the capability of penetrating man…
Radiopaque
Material that is heavy(dense) enough to stop all or most of t…
Radiolucent
Material that allows all or most of the xray beam to penetrat…
15 terms
Radiography Ch. 1
The study of x-radiation
Image or picture produced by x-rays
An older term given to x-radiation in…
The original term Roentgen applied to…
Radiology
Radiograph
Roentgen ray
X-ray
The study of x-radiation
Radiology
Image or picture produced by x-rays
Radiograph
44 terms
Radiography 1: ch1
Radiation
X-radiation
X-ray
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles.
A high energy radiation produces by the collision of a beam o…
Beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances and…
Science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a branch o…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles.
X-radiation
A high energy radiation produces by the collision of a beam o…
32 terms
Radiography quiz 1 history of dental radiography
William conrad Roentgen's
Dr. Kells
Dr. William J Morton
Dr. William H Rollins
Discovered x-rays on nov. 8th, 1895
Believed to have taken the first dental radiograph on a live…
Believed to have taken the first dental radiograph (skulls) i…
Believed to have taken the first dental radiograph in 1896 an…
William conrad Roentgen's
Discovered x-rays on nov. 8th, 1895
Dr. Kells
Believed to have taken the first dental radiograph on a live…
21 terms
Radiography chp 1
Radiography
Radiology
Roentgens
Kells, Morton and Rollins
The making of radiographs by exposing am image receptor, eith…
Study of x Rays and techniques used to produce radiographic i…
Discovered x-rays
May have taken the first radiograph in the us
Radiography
The making of radiographs by exposing am image receptor, eith…
Radiology
Study of x Rays and techniques used to produce radiographic i…
64 terms
1. Panoramic Radiography
How is a panoramic image formed?
The rotation of the x-ray beam occurs…
What affects the vertical aspect of th…
Is the horizontal or vertical magnific…
A narrow beam of x-rays rotates in a horizontal plane around…
Rotational
The negative angulation of the beam (not affected by rotation)
Horizontal
How is a panoramic image formed?
A narrow beam of x-rays rotates in a horizontal plane around…
The rotation of the x-ray beam occurs…
Rotational
188 terms
Radiography Test 1
Radiation
X-Radiation
X-Ray
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
A high-energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a bran…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X-Radiation
A high-energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
13 terms
E1: Radiography
What is the most important factor in d…
Patterns of Destruction: Geographic Ly…
Patterns of Destruction: Moth-eaten
Patterns of Destruction: Permeative
Pattern of bone destruction (then pattern of bone repair in r…
Well delineated, circumscribed hole in bone ... Thin sclerotic r…
Numerous small holes of various sizes in cortical and trabecu…
Numerous elongated holes in the cortex... Somethimes only a dise…
What is the most important factor in d…
Pattern of bone destruction (then pattern of bone repair in r…
Patterns of Destruction: Geographic Ly…
Well delineated, circumscribed hole in bone ... Thin sclerotic r…
34 terms
Radiography Quiz 1
height & width
invisible
check for cavities, things that can't…
BW, PA, occlusal
The two dimensions we see on a image
Are x-rays visible or invisible
why do we radiograph patients teeth
what types of film are intraoral
height & width
The two dimensions we see on a image
invisible
Are x-rays visible or invisible
Radiography: Chapter 1
Anode
Atom
Cathode
Electromagnetic radiation
A positively charged electrode.
A basic part of matter that consists of a nucleus and a surro…
A negatively charged electrode.
A method of transporting energy through space, distinguished…
Anode
A positively charged electrode.
Atom
A basic part of matter that consists of a nucleus and a surro…
23 terms
Radiography: Test 1
parallel
intersecting
perpendicular
long axis of the tooth
moving or lying in the same plane, always separated by the sa…
to cut across or through
intersecting at or forming a right angle
an imaginary line that divides the tooth longitudinally into…
parallel
moving or lying in the same plane, always separated by the sa…
intersecting
to cut across or through
Radiography 1: ch1
Radiation
X-radiation
X-ray
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles.
A high energy radiation produces by the collision of a beam o…
Beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances and…
Science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a branch o…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles.
X-radiation
A high energy radiation produces by the collision of a beam o…
29 terms
Radiography ch 1
Radiation
X radiation
X-ray
Radiology
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
A beam of energy that has the power to penetrate substances a…
The science or study of radiation as used in medicine; a bran…
Radiation
A form of energy carried by waves or a stream of particles
X radiation
A high energy radiation produced by the collision of a beam o…
53 terms
Radiography Essentials Chapter 1
American Registry of Radiologic Techno…
American Society of Radiologic Technol…
Joint Review Committee on Education in…
back office
Formed in 1922 to establish standards and examinations necess…
Found in Chicago in 1920; the world's oldest and largest radi…
The national organization that formally conducts the accredit…
The area where patients are examined and treated; the limited…
American Registry of Radiologic Techno…
Formed in 1922 to establish standards and examinations necess…
American Society of Radiologic Technol…
Found in Chicago in 1920; the world's oldest and largest radi…
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