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Computed Radiography

Bushong, Chapter 25

What phenomenon is CR based on? Photostimulable Luminescence (PSL)
Name 3 similarities between screen-film and CR imaging. Both use an x-ray sensitive plate, both can be used interchangeably with any x-ray system, and both carry a latent image that must be made manifest via processing.
Name 2 differences between screen-film and CR imaging Radiographic intensifying screen is a scintillator that emits light in response to an x-ray interaction. The CR response to x-ray interaction is trapped electrons in a higher energy metastable state.
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