1 June 1977 A Device for Checking Alignment of Fluoroscopic Systems
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A device utilizing a fluoroscent screen was fabricated to assist in the evaluation of x-ray beam alignment of fluoroscopic systems. This device is employed for routine equipment checks and adjustments of the following physical factors: (1) alignment of the x-ray beam with respect to the image intensifier (and television chain), (2) field size congruence with the spot filming device and/or the image intensifier, and (3) source-to-tabletop distance (STD). The description and operational procedure of this device are demonstrated in detail.
Pei-Jan Paul Lin, Pei-Jan Paul Lin, } "A Device for Checking Alignment of Fluoroscopic Systems," Optical Engineering 16(3), 163302 (1 June 1977). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7972148 . Submission:
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