Self Test: Part F

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True/False

PSP provides a wide exposure latitude

True

2

What process is used to erase the PSP imaging plate following exposure?

Bright Light

3

Patient information may be linked to the image on the CR imaging plate by:

Bar Code Reader

4

The PSP Imaging plate is composed of:

Photostimulable Phosphor

5

The latent image recorded on the PSP image plate is read by a(n):

Laser

6

True/False:

Close collimation must be avoided when aquiring an image on a PSP IP.

False

7

True/False:

Grids can not be used with a PSP system.

False

8

True/False:

Grids are often used for extremity exams when using FPD-TFT (digital radiography).

True

9

True/False:

FPD-TFT often requires less exposure than film screen systems.

True

10

True/False:

Close collimation should be avoided when using DR.

False

11

True/False:

FPD-TFT can be either cassette-less or cassette-based systems.

True

12

True/False:

RIS is a digital network that permits viewing and storage of both digital and film screen produced images.

False

13

__________ controls the brightness of a digital image (within a certain range).

Window level

14

The acronym DICOM refers to:

A set of standards to ensure communication among digital imaging systems

15

A digital transmission system for transferring radiographic images to remote locations is termed:

Teleradiography

16

CCD-based digital imaging systems have the advantage of _________ over other digital acquisition systems.

rapid display of the image

17

A series of "boxes" that give form to the image is the definition for:

Display matrix

18

A 30 X 35 cm IR is equivalent to a:

11 x 14 inches IR

19

The application of specific image processing to reduce the display of noise in an image is the definition for:

smoothing

20

The recorded sharpness of structures on the image is the definition for:

Spatial resolution