Screen film radiography

What is screen film radiography?

In screen film radiography , a sheet of film coated with a light-sensitive silver halide emulsion is placed in a light-tight cassette between two intensifying screens. The screens convert incident x-rays into visible light which then expose the film. The exposed film is then removed from the cassette, developed, and fixed to create a hardcopy radiograph.


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