What is the difference between analog imaging and digital imaging in X-ray machine analog imaging? How should we choose?
In the previous article, we talked about the basic principles of X-ray imaging. I believe that readers who have read the article have no doubts about this. So in x-ray imaging, the final medium is divided into analog imaging and digital imaging. What is the difference between the two?
Analog imaging is the direct imaging of optical signals, the optical signals are projected onto the film, and then the film can be developed. The advantage is that the price is cheap, but the time is relatively slow.
Digital imaging converts optical signals into digital signals, which are projected onto the flat panel detector, and then the corresponding image processing software presents the digital signals. The advantages of digital imaging are fast imaging speed, large adjustment range, high degree of digitization and high synergy. The disadvantage is that the flat panel detector is relatively expensive.
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