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grids

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Using a grid requires a ______ in patient exposre. Increase
A grid_____ contrast Increases
A/an _____ KvP will create more scatter radiation. increase
A grid _____ density Decreases
A grid should be used when the part thickness is greater than ______ 10-12 cm
The relationship between the height of the lead strips and width of spaces between them is grid ratio
The number of lead strips per inch is grid frequency
A grid is located between the ____ and the film patient
I grid that is not moving is what kind of a grid? stationary grid
Which method of reducing the effect of scatter radiation on image quality involves the use of increased OID? Air gap
Apertures, cones, cylinders, and collimators are examples of what? beam limitation devices
Increased collimation results in _____ density and _____ contrast decrease, increase
PBL stands for positive beam limitation
A moving grid is also known as a reciprocating grid
using a grid _____ scatter absorbs.
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