In Radiographic Imaging much of the cook is fresh and it deserves a fresh title. New chapters in this book include one on the storage of unexposed and exposed materials and another on daylight film-handling systems. Extensive revisions have been made to the chapters on intensifying screens and film now in use in radiodiagnostic departments. Chapter 17 has been re-written entirely, in order to include xeroradiography and modem materials for radiographic duplicating and subtraction. What used to be the darkroom is now considered as part of a larger concept, the dispensing/processing/viewing area. Processing theory and practice, methods of silver recovery and evaluations of the radiographic image all have new faces and have been extensively up-dated.
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