Bucky diaphragm


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Buck·y di·a·phragm

(bŭ'kē),
in radiography, a diaphragm with a moving grid that avoids grid shadows.

Bucky diaphragm

Etymology: Gustav P. Bucky, American radiologist, 1880-1963; Gk, diaphragma, partition
a moving grid that limits the amount of scattered radiation reaching a radiographic film, thereby increasing the film contrast. Also called Bucky grid.

Buck·y di·a·phragm

(bŭk'ē dī'ă-fram)
In radiography, a diaphragm with a moving grid that avoids grid shadows.
Synonym(s): Potter-Bucky diaphragm.

Bucky,

Gustav, U.S. radiologist, 1880-1963.
Bucky diaphragm - in radiography, a diaphragm with a moving grid that avoids grid shadows. Synonym(s): Potter-Bucky diaphragm
Bucky film
Bucky grid
Bucky rays
Bucky studies
Bucky technique

Buck·y di·a·phragm

(bŭk'ē dī'ă-fram)
In radiography, a diaphragm with a moving grid that avoids grid shadows.
Synonym(s): Potter-Bucky diaphragm.