RAD 102-2 STUDY GUIDE
1. Radiographic film is typically tinted ______________ to help reduce eye strain which will help _________________ diagnostic accuracy.
2. This layer of film is typically made up of polyester. It provides stiffness and flatness for handling and is approximately 150-300 mm thick. ____________________________________________
3. This layer of radiographic film is made up of gelatin and silver halide crystals. ______________________________________________________________________________
4. Photosensitive silver halide crystals are suspended in the _______________________________.
5. The ______________________ provides reasonable permanence to the _______________________ before and after processing.
6. The gelatin serves as a ________________________________ medium through which chemicals reach the _________________________________________________.
7. ______________________________________________________ make up 95-98% of the ______________________________________________________________.
8. The interaction of __________________________ and x-ray photons puts the _____________________________________________________________________ on the film.
9. The _________________________________ is a layer of hard, protective gelatin that prevents the soft emulsion from being damaged.
10. This type of film is used when extremely fine detail is critical to the diagnostic quality of the film. ______________________________________________________________________________
11. _______________________________________________ is available in a wide variety of speeds, contrast ranges, latitudes, and resolution.
12. This is typically single emulsion film and includes duplication film, fluoro spot film, mammo film, and laser film. __________________________________________________________________
13. ______________________________________ is designed to provide an exact image of the original by...