image intensifier


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image

 [im´ahj]
a picture or concept with more or less likeness to an objective reality.
body image see body image.
digital image a depiction recorded electronically to allow viewing or transmission on a computer.
image distributor beam splitter.
disturbed body image a nursing diagnosis defined as confusion in the mental picture of one's personal self. See also body image.
fluoroscopic image a visual depiction on a fluoroscopy screen.
image intensifier a fluoroscope that is electronically enhanced to produce a brighter image; see also automatic brightness control, brightness gain, and vignetting.
latent image the invisible change in radiographic film that is caused by x-radiation or light and is made visible by development of the film.
magnification image direct radiographic enlargement requiring a fractional focus tube of 0.3 mm or less.
manifest image the change on an x-ray film that becomes visible when the latent image undergoes appropriate chemical processing.
mirror image
1. the image of light made visible by the reflecting surface of the cornea and lens when illuminated through the slit lamp.
2. an image with right and left relations reversed, as in the reflection of an object in a mirror.
motor image the organized cerebral model of the possible movements of the body.
phantom image an artifact seen in conventional linear tomography.

im·age am·pli·fi·er

a device for converting a low light level fluoroscopic image to one that can be seen by the eye in a lighted environment; usually consists of an electronic light amplifier chained to a television tube.
Synonym(s): image intensifier

image intensifier

A device used in radiology by means of which weak X-ray images obtained by low dosage radiation may be converted into television images and improved in brightness and contrast by purely electronic means. This allows continuous X-ray sceening for various procedures, such as the insertion of arterial catheters, without exposing the patient to unacceptably large doses of radiation.
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A lack of consistent names for various movements of the image intensifier and ambiguity in commands often leads to confusion between the radiographer and the operator.
Oblique views at high magnification are obtained by moving the image intensifier and capturing the X-rays at the angle requested.
U.S., India & Europe CBCT dental imaging market has been segmented on the basis of type of detector which comprises of flat panel detectors, image intensifier. On the basis of application the market is segmented into dental implants, endodontics, orthodontics and others.
[ClickPress, Fri Jul 26 2019] A recent market study published by MRRSE titled ' Image Intensifier Market: Global Industry Analysis 2014-2018 and Opportunity Assessment 2019-2029, ' provides the global market dynamics and trends of the image intensifier market across seven regions: North America, Latin America, Europe, South Asia, East Asia, Oceania, and Middle East & Africa.
* In our study 120 cases were treated by this method during 2010- 2014 without image intensifier control.
That allows the light pipe and image intensifier to shift in the housing.
The 2-D inspection system has an image intensifier manipulator that rotates 360[degrees] and tilts up to 60[degrees].
If you've never looked through a modern image intensifier, the first experience is nothing short of profound.
While the Army has led in image intensifier development and fielding, fixed-wing aviators in the Air Force and Navy also are starting to enjoy the benefits of night vision goggles.
Over time, he added an image intensifier that helps make weak picture signals clearer.

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